forfeit any

34 examples (0.02 sec)
  • They forfeited any such rights in return for the care that they received from the State. Cited from How to Live, by Irving Fisher and Eugene Fisk
  • Harris knew that his own life was forfeit any time he chanced to ride alone. Cited from The Settling of the Sage, by Hal G. Evarts
  • You were people of the worst sort, men who had forfeited any right to consideration by the State. Cited from The Status Civilization, by Robert Sheckley
  • If you speak my Christian name, no: you forfeit any pretext. Cited from Diana of the Crossways by Meredith, v5
  • According to the plainest principles of common law and of common sense, no man can forfeit any rights except those which he has. Cited from History of England, James II V. 5, Macaulay
  • It had advised all nations that under its law, ships that went into its colonial ports would forfeit any slaves on board.
  • To her, too, he will have forfeited any fervour he may have had, any learning, any gaiety. Cited from Yet Again, by Max Beerbohm
  • On the third year of reserve, the recipient will automatically forfeit any remaining years of tenure.
  • In contrast, if the wife committed the misconduct, she was considered to have forfeited any claim to ongoing support.
  • He also had to forfeit any ranking points that he attained in Mauritius.
  • The person must forfeit any other nationalities held if naturalized.
  • I feel -- well, as if I were a different person, somehow; as if I had forfeited any right to have it. Cited from Big Timber, by Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • For the trite saying that everything is relative does not forfeit any truth by repetition. Cited from My Second Year of the War, by Frederick Palmer
  • I forfeit any copyrights I may have from the act of copying.
  • Despite some initial concerns, there was no danger of Texas having to forfeit any games in which he played, as he had no impact on their outcome.
  • Section 4 forfeited any slaves on board the ship and a fine of $200 per slave.
  • It said that Mercury had, through its delays, forfeited any right to arbitration.
  • Under a plea deal, Harris-Moore agreed to forfeit any profits from selling publishing rights to his story.
  • If a subject violated the Proclamation he was both punishable in British courts and forfeited any claim to British protection. Cited from Great Britain and the American Civil War, by Ephraim Douglass Adams
  • Her friends, in the surprise and bewilderment of her return, almost forgot that she had ever left them, or that she had forfeited any of her claims to their affection. Cited from Good Cheer Stories Every Child Should Know, by Various
  • Next »