foredone [fawr-duhn, fohr-] Examples adjective

  1. fordone.

foredo [fawr-doo, fohr-] verb (used with object), fore·did, fore·done, fore·do·ing.

  1. fordo.

Examples from the Web for foredone Historical Examples of foredone

  • Foredone by the agitation of the past hour, he did not at once realise what it was that he saw.

    Zuleika Dobson

    Max Beerbohm

  • The Paynim hastened to the dungeon, and brought forth the Count, bearded, unkempt and foredone.

    French Mediaeval Romances from the Lays of Marie de France

    Marie de France

  • They reached the shore, and sat down like men desperate and foredone in a great idol temple.

    True Words for Brave Men

    Charles Kingsley

  • British Dictionary definitions for foredone foredo verb -does, -doing, -did or -done

    1. (tr) a variant spelling of fordo
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