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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fordo.
- adj. Exhausted; worn out; overcome.
- adj. Destroyed; utterly ruined.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Undone; ruined.
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In very truth Heracles, though far away, has saved his comrades, fordone with thirst.
No matter how fordone he might be, there was no mistaking the feel of Flame.
Wherefore she turned and went hastily down the hall, and out-a-doors, and over the bridge, and ran fleet-foot down the rocky way whereby she had come, till she could run no further, and lay down under a great stone breathless and fordone; yet her heart upheld her and suffered her not to swoon, belike because she had given her limbs such hard work to do.
One thing, moreover, had she noted now this long while, that once and again, it might be once every two moons, the witch-wife would arise in the dead of night and go forth from the house, and be away for a day, or two or three, or whiles more, and come back again weary and fordone; but never said she any word to Birdalone hereof.
For them whom he have fordone make we newly thankful!
Lamorak, are fordone, for Sir Tristram slew your lord, Sir Nabon, and his son.
Shield, overmuch damage hast thou done to us this day, therefore return whither thou wilt, for here are no more will have ado with thee; for we repent sore that ever thou camest here, for by thee is fordone the old custom of this castle.
"We are fordone," he said at last in a high, white voice.
His sympathy was ever with the workingman and those who grind fordone at the wheel of labor.
Your eldest daughters have fordone themselves, 344