forsay definition

  • verb:
    • to forbid
    • to forbid
    • to renounce
    • to forbid
    • to renounce
    • to reject, gainsay
    • to forbid
    • to renounce
    • to forbid
    • to forsake
    • to reject, gainsay
    • to deny, gainsay
    • to renounce
    • to forsake
    • to reject, gainsay
    • to forsake
    • to renounce
    • to forbid
    • to forsake
    • to reject, gainsay
    • to renounce
    • to deny, gainsay
    • to forsake
    • to forsake
    • to forbid
    • to renounce
    • to reject, gainsay
    • to forsake
    • to forbid
    • to forbid
    • to renounce
    • to renounce
    • to forbid
    • to renounce
    • to deny, gainsay
    • to forsake
    • to reject, gainsay
    • to forsake
    • to deny, gainsay
    • to forbid
    • to forsake
    • to renounce
    • to reject, gainsay
    • to forsake
  • verb-transitive:
    • To forbid; to renounce; to forsake; to deny.
    • To forbid; to renounce; to forsake; to reject.
    • To forbid; to renounce; to forsake; to deny.
    • To forbid; to renounce; to forsake; to deny.
    • To forbid; to renounce; to forsake; to deny.
    • To forbid; to renounce; to forsake; to deny.
    • To forbid; to renounce; to forsake; to deny.
    • To forbid; to renounce; to forsake; to reject.
    • To forbid; to renounce; to forsake; to reject.
    • To forbid; to renounce; to forsake; to deny.
    • To forbid; to renounce; to forsake; to deny.
  • others:
    • To forbid; renounce.
    • To forbid; renounce.
    • To forbid; renounce.
    • To forbid; renounce.
    • To forbid; renounce.
    • To forbid; renounce.
    • To forbid; renounce.
    • To forbid; renounce.
    • To forbid; renounce.
    • To forbid; renounce.
    • To forbid; renounce.

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