forbore

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simple past of forbear
the past tense of forbear
of Forbear
forbear
To control oneself when provoked
forbear
To refuse; to decline; to give no heed
forbear
Alternative spelling of forebear

Beginning with the bald declaration “I think I was cold in the womb,” the speaker in “The Forbears” then decides that his brother (who died soon after birth) must also have been cold in the womb, like his grandfather John and the forbears who antedated John:.

forbear
{v} to cease, stop, abstain, decline, spare
forbear
Forebear, ancestor
forbear
not do something; "He refrained from hitting him back"; "she could not forbear weeping"
forbear
To keep away from; to avoid; to abstain from; to give up; as, to forbear the use of a word of doubtful propriety
forbear
{i} ancestor, forefather
forbear
To treat with consideration or indulgence
forbear
{f} refrain from, desist from, hold back
forbear
a person from whom you are descended
forbear
To control ones self when provoked
forbear
An ancestor; a forefather; usually in the plural
forbear
To keep away from; to avoid; to abstain from; to give up
forbear
To cease from bearing
forbear
To refrain from proceeding; to pause; to delay
forbear
To control one's self when provoked
forbear
If you forbear to do something, you do not do it although you have the opportunity or the right to do it. I forbore to comment on this Protesters largely forbore from stone-throwing and vandalism. to not do something you could or would like to do because you think it is wiser not to forbear from. a forebear
forbore

    Silbentrennung

    for·bore

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ for-'bar, f&r-, -'ber ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English forberen, from Old English forberan to endure, do without, from for- + beran to bear.

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