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Definition of "forgoing" []

  • Present participle of forgo. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "forgoing" in a sentence
  • "A corporation is not endowed by its creator with any inalienable rights, and not only does a corporation have no moral interest in forgoing some profit in exchange for helping a person in their time of need, but it arguably has a duty not to do so, because of its fiduciary responsibility to stockholders."
  • "The slide-like table top allows one to literally push those useless papers to the side and straight into the bin – forgoing the loathsome task of crumpling and searching under your desk for that bin."
  • "I, Bryndal M. Ellison, officer of the Caledonian Court and Counselor of Law, do certify that the above and forgoing is a true, correct and entire copy of the Decree of Court, re: Adoption of Lady Tempyst Lane Wormser, a minor doll, file number 1023; so full and entire as the same remains of record and on file in said office."