fordo definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • Archaic to create to spoil; obliterate.
    • Archaic to create to damage; demolish.
    • Archaic To exhaust entirely.
    • Archaic To exhaust entirely.
    • Archaic To bring to harm; obliterate.
    • Archaic To exhaust utterly.
    • To destroy; to undo; to damage.
    • To destroy; to undo; to ruin.
    • to conquer with exhaustion; to exhaust.
    • To overcome with fatigue; to exhaust.
    • To destroy; to undo; to damage.
    • To overcome with exhaustion; to exhaust.
    • Archaic to create to harm; destroy.
    • Archaic To exhaust utterly.
    • To destroy; to undo; to damage.
    • To overcome with exhaustion; to exhaust.
    • Archaic to create to damage; destroy.
    • Archaic To exhaust entirely.
    • To destroy; to undo; to harm.
    • To overcome with fatigue; to exhaust.
  • verb:
    • To kill, destroy.
    • To destroy, destroy.
    • To annul, abolish, terminate.
    • To annul, abolish, terminate.
    • to complete away with, undo; to destroy
    • To do away with, undo; to ruin
    • To destroy, destroy.
    • to conquer with weakness; to exhaust.
    • to conquer with fatigue; to exhaust.
    • To annul, abolish, cancel.
    • to-do away with, undo; to destroy
    • to conquer with fatigue; to exhaust.
    • To kill, destroy.
    • To annul, abolish, cancel.
    • to complete away with, undo; to ruin
    • to conquer with exhaustion; to exhaust.
    • To eliminate, destroy.
    • To annul, abolish, terminate.
    • to accomplish away with, undo; to destroy
    • To overcome with tiredness; to exhaust.
  • others:
    • doing away; undo; obliterate; harm.
    • To do away; undo; destroy; spoil.
    • To exhaust, overpower, or conquer, as by exhaustion.
    • To exhaust, overpower, or get over, as by exhaustion.
    • to accomplish away; undo; obliterate; ruin.
    • To exhaust, overpower, or overcome, as by weakness.
    • doing away; undo; demolish; spoil.
    • To exhaust, overpower, or conquer, as by tiredness.
    • to accomplish away; undo; demolish; ruin.
    • To exhaust, overpower, or get over, as by fatigue.

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