Forego in a sentence as a verb

> No developed country would ... [forego] their right to a fair trial.

A large part of Apple's success can be tied directly to their decision to forego X11.

And if they decide to forego the Google apps, they don't have to get approval to ship a device with Android on it.

That seems like a compelling argument to forego fundraising in favor of taxes.

"That isn't enough of a reason to forego backwards compatibility.

You either accept that individuals have the right to be individuals or you have to force people submit to your plans and forego their individual choices.

I have lost count of the number of times I've heard about a CEO, COO or CFO getting 8 figure salaries while the rank and file employees had to forego their bonuses in a touch year.

They forego immutability and controllable object lifetimes for the use of object pooling to prevent the garbage collector from going nuts.

Every union "no layoff" provision I've ever seen was a case of the union choosing to forego contracted CoL raises and some various health benefits in exchange for keeping jobs.

Group plans include every employee, healthy or not, while millions of healthy individuals forego buying individual coverage because they think they don't need it.

In short, I need to be smart about protecting my venture using the tools afforded by the law and not forego those tools out of some philosophical preconceptions I have about what the law should be.

" I personally believe that for the general range of cases the pull toward a conventional convertible note will be very strong, and founders will have real difficulty convincing investors why they should forego the benefits of a convertible note in favor of a convertible security where the only advantages to the latter lie strictly with the company.

Forego definitions


be earlier in time; go back further; "Stone tools precede bronze tools"

See also: predate precede forgo antecede antedate


do without or cease to hold or adhere to; "We are dispensing with formalities"; "relinquish the old ideas"

See also: waive relinquish forgo foreswear


lose ( or lose the right to ( by some error, offense, or crime; "you've forfeited your right to name your successor"; "forfeited property"

See also: forfeit waive forgo