- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of forgo.
“This week in Sound Bites: Conan gets a concussion, Glee gets randy, Cougar Town loses sleep, House forgoes urinals, and SNL survives The Biggest Little F-Bomb in the World.”
“By now, I'm used to unconventional style that forgoes quotation marks in favor of a starting dash.”
“Violations can be as seemingly harmless as one employee who forgoes wearing a hairnet to far more serious issues.”
“His pseudo-Caesar salad, for instance, forgoes the use of raw egg yolk but heightens the flavor by substituting blue cheese for Parmesan.”
“On the one hand, a victim can take BP's offer of short-term help for current losses and then, later, a final payment, one condition of which is that he or she forgoes the right to sue BP in the future.”
“If he eats a big lunch, he typically forgoes dinner for a light snack: "I try to stick to vegetables.”
“Defined as a computing device that forgoes the usual keyboard as its main input method, numerous vendors have unsuccessfully pursued this Holy Grail.”
“If the subject presses Button 2, then the subject earns the contents of Box B only, and forgoes the $100 in Box A.”
“In the original, George Bailey reluctantly forgoes college so he can step into his newly-deceased father's shoes running the Bailey Building & Loan.”
“Frustrated in her ambition, and about to see her dreams fade, Frankie forgoes a scholarship to Vassar in order to help her widowed mother.”
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