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- v. To cause distress or regret to; cause to regret or repent; to vex.
- v. To regret; repent.
- v. To regret.
- v. To repent, be sorry for.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To repent; to regret; to be sorry for; to cause regret.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To cause to regret or repent; vex; reflexively, to regret; repent.
- To regret: with object noun or clause.
- To repent.
For why, he that doth all things with counsel, he shall never forthink  it; for better is a sly man than a strong man; yea, and better is list than lither strength,  and a sly man speaketh of victories.
Why say ye so, said the queen, do ye forthink yourself of your good deeds?
We forthink that thow hes bene a preachar so long. "