forgoer
noun see forgo

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • forgoer — See forgo. * * * …   Universalium

  • forgoer — noun A person who forgoes …   Wiktionary

  • forgoer — for·go·er …   English syllables

  • forgoer — ˈgōə(r) noun ( s) : one that forgoes …   Useful english dictionary

  • forgo — forgoer, n. /fawr goh /, v.t., forwent, forgone, forgoing. 1. to abstain or refrain from; do without. 2. to give up, renounce, or resign. 3. Archaic. to neglect or overlook. 4. Archaic. to quit or leave. 5. Obs. to go or pass by. Also, forego …   Universalium

  • Foregoer — Fore*go er, n. [Etymologically forgoer.] One who forbears to enjoy. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • forgo — also forego transitive verb (forwent; forgone; forgoing) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English forgān to pass by, forgo, from for + gān to go Date: before 12th century 1. to give up the enjoyment or advantage of ; do without 2. archaic… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Christian archaeology — The Ruins of the Byzantine Church, in the area of the Bethesda Pool Christian Archeology (more commonly termed Biblical Archaeology ) is the study of archaeological sites in connection to the texts of the Bible. The abundance of forgeries, fakes …   Wikipedia

  • forgo — /fɔˈgoʊ / (say faw goh) verb (t) (forwent, forgone, forgoing) 1. to abstain or refrain from; do without; give up, renounce, or resign: * I would be quite happy to forgo lunch if it meant saving a life, she said. –mercury, 1991. 2. Obsolete to… …   Australian English dictionary

  • forgo — [fôr gō′] vt. forwent, forgone, forgoing [ME forgon < OE forgan: see FOR & GO2] 1. Obs. a) to go past b) to overlook; neglect 2 …   English World dictionary

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