to forfeit

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  • And she told herself that he bad done nothing to forfeit her love. Cited from The Belton Estate, Anthony Trollope
  • And can you tell me what I have done to forfeit your love? Cited from A Doll's House, by Henrik Ibsen
  • I have sense enough now not to forfeit my self-respect again. Cited from The Plastic Age, by Percy Marks
  • I have done nothing to forfeit my right as a man to the control of my own family. Cited from He Knew He Was Right, by Anthony Trollope
  • If he cannot get it otherwise, he offers to forfeit his pay for the period. Cited from Concerning Animals and Other Matters, E.H. Aitken (AKA Edward Hamilton)
  • Members agreed to forfeit their land should they leave the community.
  • Shortly after, he suffered a foot injury which forced him to forfeit the title.
  • I have done nothing to forfeit my right to my son. Cited from The Lovels of Arden, by M. E. Braddon
  • They would also be paid for the land they had to forfeit.
  • How, then, can it be said to forfeit its rights to the Nation? Cited from Continental Monthly, Vol IV, Issue VI, December 1863, by Various
  • I cannot bear to forfeit my place in that good company. Cited from Autobiography and Letters of Orville Dewey, D.D., by Orville Dewey
  • From her little childhood she had been brought up to forfeit the respect of men. Cited from Lo, Michael!, by Grace Livingston Hill
  • The hours were long and soldiers had to forfeit a normal family life.
  • She could not bear to forfeit her mother's good opinion, and make her anxious. Cited from Kate's Ordeal, by Emma Leslie
  • In general she also has to forfeit child custody, if the child is older than seven years.
  • To make terms with the world is to forfeit God's love. Cited from Sketches of the Covenanters, by J. C. McFeeters
  • The Irish were also forced to forfeit one of their wins, their only official loss that season.
  • He would also have to forfeit his fees for the coming term, which were already paid. Cited from Maurice Guest, Henry Handel Richardson
  • Those who did not appear were to forfeit their goods. Cited from The Conquest of New France, by George M. Wrong
  • What has the woman done to forfeit the privilege of being taught? Cited from Reviews, by Oscar Wilde
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