6 edition of Forego found in the catalog.
May 25, 2001
by Eclipse Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
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Forego definition is - to go before: precede. How to use forego in a sentence. Forego follows the gelding from his beginnings, through his early years on the track, including his effort in Secretariat's Kentucky Derby, and on to stardom.
The book looks at Forego's retirement from racing and his life at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky, where fans could visit /5(8). "Forego" is the sixth volume in the excellent `Thoroughbred Legends' series published by the Eclipse Press.
This Forego book celebrates one of modern racing's greatest weight-carriersa hard-trying, seventeen-hand gelding who towered over his lightly weighted opposition, in spite of chronic ankle problems/5(8). Although forego and forgo have distinct meanings—forego meaning "to go before" and forgo meaning "to do without"—it is not uncommon to find forego in place of standard dictionaries find such use acceptable, so feel free to express that you "will forego dessert" or "will forgo it," with the only caveat that you will have to explain why you would do such a thing.
Forego is a variant of forgo. So “forego” can be used for either meaning. Castor P. Johns on Novem am. This is completely erroneous. Forego is correct. Forgo is just a modern corruption. Steve on Octo pm. forego go before; to precede: forego one’s partner in death Not to be confused with: forgo – to abstain or refrain from; do without; give up; renounce; forbear; sacrifice: I’ll forgo my dinner so that the poor child can eat.
forego 1 (fôr-gō′) tr.v. forewent (-wĕnt′), foregone (-gôn′, -gŏn′), foregoing, foregoes (-gōz. Forego definition: If you forego something, you decide to do without it, although you would like it. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
When to Use Forego. Forego can function either as a verb or an adjective. Forego means to go before, precede in place or time. The previews will forego the feature film. With all of the controversy surrounding the man, his reputation foregoes him.
(Verb) The foregoing. Get this from a library. Forego. [Bill Heller] -- One of the most popular racehorses of the s, Forego had legions of fans that thrilled to his grit and determination to win. Part of the Thoroughbred Legends series, Forego follows the great. ‘Whenever possible, forego fashion and stick with ‘sensible’ shoes.’ ‘I may be forced to go and purchase a second bag and forgo tea.’ ‘If this is not your cup of tea, forgo the invitation and book a nearby hotel room.’ ‘Back at Balbirnie, it seemed churlish to forego afternoon tea.’.
Forego (Ap – Aug ) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse that won eight Eclipse Awards including Horse of the Year, Champion Handicap Horse and Champion Sprinter.
Background. Foaled at Claiborne Farm in Paris, Kentucky, he was owned and bred by Mrs Owner: Lazy F Ranch. Definition and synonyms of forego from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
This is the British English definition of American English definition of forego. Change your default dictionary to American English.
Many permissive editors allow forego in place of forego with an e traditionally means "to go before," "precede": A good stretching session should forego rigorous exercise.
To forgo is to abstain from, do without: If you forgo a good stretching session, you might pull a muscle. If you forego something, you choose to give it up.
If you forego dessert after dinner, you are skipping dessert. forego definition: 1. to forgo 2. to forgo. Learn more. The E in “forego” tells you it has to do with going before. It occurs mainly in the expression “foregone conclusion,” a conclusion arrived at in advance.
“Forgo” means to abstain from or do without. “After finishing his steak, he decided to forgo the blueberry cheesecake.” Back to list of errors. BUY THE BOOK. The Tenth Chapter: do not Lightly Forego Holy Communion BOOK FOUR.
AN INVITATION TO HOLY COMMUNION The Tenth Chapter: Do Not Lightly Forego Holy Communion. The Voice of. Forego is the sixth book in the Thoroughbred Legends series from Eclipse Press. It was written by Bill Heller and published in Forego is one of 50 Thoroughbreds profiled in Royal Blood: Fifty Years of Classic Thoroughbreds.
Written by racing historian Jim Bolus with illustrations and commentary by noted equine artist Richard Stone Reeves. Define forgoed. forgoed synonyms, forgoed pronunciation, forgoed translation, English dictionary definition of forgoed.
to abstain or refrain from; do without; give up; renounce; forbear; sacrifice: I’ll forgo my dinner so that the poor child can eat. forego meaning: 1. to forgo 2. to forgo. Learn more. In the book I just mentioned, several pages were devoted to describing in minute detail the steps the protagonist took in laying out the grid and flagstones for her garden.
While this may be useful information for a nonfiction book on gardening, it had no place in the novel in question.Dependable Motors just purchased some MACRS five-year property at a cost of $, The MACRS rates are.2, and for Years 1 to 3, respectively. Assume the firm opted to forego any bonus depreciation.
Which one of the following will correctly give you .Definition of forego in the Idioms Dictionary. forego phrase. What does forego expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. Forego - Idioms by The Free Dictionary After how poorly the team has played so far this season, it's a foregone conclusion that they won't make it to the championship.
2. A view or belief that one has.