foredone

foredone
/fawr dun", fohr-/, adj.
fordone.

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  • foredone — (ˈ) ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: fore + done : previously done or made * * * /fawr dun , fohr /, adj. fordone …   Useful english dictionary

  • fordone — /fawr dun /, adj. Archaic. exhausted with fatigue. Also, foredone. [1580 90; ptp. of FORDO] * * * …   Universalium

  • foredo — /fawr dooh , fohr /, v.t., foredid, foredone, foredoing. fordo. * * * …   Universalium

  • forego — (v.) to go before, O.E. foregan to go before, from FORE (Cf. fore ) + GO (Cf. go). Related: Foregoing; foregone. Phrase foregone conclusion was popularized in Othello [III.iii], but Shakespeare s sense was not necessarily the main modern one of a …   Etymology dictionary

  • foredo — /fɔˈdu/ (say faw dooh) verb (t) (foredid, foredone, foredoing) → fordo …  

  • fordone — /fawr dun /, adj. Archaic. exhausted with fatigue. Also, foredone. [1580 90; ptp. of FORDO] …   Useful english dictionary

  • for|done — «fr DUHN», adjective, verb. Archaic. –adj. worn out; exhausted. a) the past participle of fordo: »With Indian heats at last fordone (Matthew Arnold). Also, foredone …   Useful english dictionary

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