would forfeit

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  • He felt most confident that he would forfeit his own life in the act. Cited from The Yoke, by Elizabeth Miller
  • Initially, Michigan announced it would forfeit every game in which the four players appeared.
  • A person who was condemned to death would forfeit property to the government.
  • "I would forfeit my life before I would harm her, believe me!" Cited from Tess of the Storm Country, by Grace Miller White
  • I would forfeit my life for him now -- I would lay it down gladly for him. Cited from 54-40 or Fight, by Emerson Hough
  • I would forfeit everything in the world for him. Cited from Adventures Harry Richmond by Meredith, v2
  • She wondered whether her grandmother had told him that if her flight were not prevented she would forfeit money. Cited from The Chaperon, by Henry James
  • Moreover, anyone who sold liquor in the town would forfeit the title to their property.
  • Rather than that should be the case, indeed, I would forfeit the pleasure of your society across the Atlantic. Cited from Redburn. His First Voyage, by Herman Melville
  • If they admitted their felony they would forfeit their possessions and go into exile.
  • He would offer his opponents the right to use these girls for "any purpose" if they would forfeit the match to him.
  • Before the match began, Booker announced that he would forfeit the United States title.
  • Johnson had two years to serve of his term and under the law he would forfeit the governorship if he did not get back. Cited from Attempted Assassination of T. Roosevelt, by Remey, Cochems and Bloodgood
  • If one should break the secret pact, he would forfeit to the other the sum of ten thousand pounds.
  • Anson backed down when he learned that he would forfeit a day's salary if he did so.
  • You would forfeit the sympathies of your colleagues and would sacrifice the fruit of your work during twenty years. Cited from Laperouse, by Ernest Scott
  • No; his countenance could not carry the loss; it would forfeit what little air of dignity it possessed. Cited from Alone, by Norman Douglas
  • It had advised all nations that under its law, ships that went into its colonial ports would forfeit any slaves on board.
  • Those were unable to fulfill the contract would forfeit their lands to another, who were under the same obligations.
  • But unless the seignior cleared a certain portion of his grant within a limited time, he would forfeit it all. Cited from Canada under British Rule 1760-1900, by John G. Bourinot
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