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use "forego" in a sentence

women and minorities, in general, seem more likely to forego licensure, choosing alternate careers that offer more flexibility and balance, such as project Management and other Construction-related careers.

The Senate could also forego committee referral for actions on legislation or
second reason George Carey's departure is marked by grim foreboding is the much more liberal stance towards homosexuality espoused by Rowan Williams, his successor.

Conduits spurt steam, sparks splutter and arc and water drips in the darkness, all of which creates an atmosphere of foreboding and dread.

The Sunbury Locky was a bit more foreboding and handed Neil a red card advising skippers to moor up at the nearest opportunity, which we were advised was the Anglers Inn at Walton.

Christmas is just around the corner. If that supposedly benign sentence has just filled you with a sense of dread, foreboding and panic, it's time to manage your stress now!

Timpani drums accompany the intro beats before foreboding synth swirls invite the deathly switch to drop.

Perhaps we should have had some sense of foreboding from the full title in Korean, The high-school student who got chopped up while selling herself in Daehakno is still in Daehakno.

Somewhat protected by the Sea of Mystery on the West and the Sea of foreboding on his Eastern borders he often develops the production to address all aspects of his kingdom's needs.

On arrival at the start we had a sense of foreboding when noticing all the boats on tops of cars had over-stern rudders.

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