• Definition for "forspeak"
  • Verb Forms for "forspeak"

forspeak definition

  • verb:
    • To charm; bewitch.
    • To appeal; bewitch.
    • To injure or cause misfortune through immoderate compliments or flattery; impact with the curse of an evil tongue, which brings sick luck upon all items of its praise.
    • To injure or trigger bad luck through immoderate praise or flattery; impact with the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill luck upon all objects of the compliments.
    • To appeal; bewitch.
    • To injure or cause bad luck through immoderate compliments or flattery; impact with all the curse of a wicked tongue, which brings ill luck upon all things of its praise.
    • To appeal; bewitch.
    • To appeal; bewitch.
    • To injure or cause misfortune through immoderate compliments or flattery; impact because of the curse of an evil tongue, which brings sick chance upon all objects of the compliments.
    • To injure or trigger bad luck through immoderate praise or flattery; affect because of the curse of an evil tongue, which brings sick chance upon all objects of its compliments.
    • To appeal; bewitch.
    • To injure or cause bad luck through immoderate compliments or flattery; impact with all the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill fortune upon all items of their compliments.
    • To charm; bewitch.
    • To appeal; bewitch.
    • To appeal; bewitch.
    • To injure or trigger misfortune through immoderate compliments or flattery; impact using the curse of an evil tongue, which brings sick fortune upon all objects of their praise.
    • To injure or trigger misfortune through immoderate compliments or flattery; affect with the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill chance upon all objects of their compliments.
    • To charm; bewitch.
    • To injure or cause misfortune through immoderate compliments or flattery; impact with all the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill chance upon all things of its compliments.
    • To injure or trigger misfortune through immoderate compliments or flattery; impact because of the curse of an evil tongue, which brings sick luck upon all objects of its praise.
    • To appeal; bewitch.
    • To injure or cause bad luck through immoderate compliments or flattery; affect using the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill chance upon all things of their compliments.
    • To charm; bewitch.
    • To injure or trigger misfortune through immoderate praise or flattery; influence because of the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill luck upon all things of their praise.
    • To charm; bewitch.
    • To injure or trigger misfortune through immoderate praise or flattery; influence utilizing the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill chance upon all things of its praise.
    • To charm; bewitch.
    • To injure or trigger misfortune through immoderate compliments or flattery; affect with the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill fortune upon all things of its compliments.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To forbid; to prohibit.
    • To forbid; to prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To bewitch.
    • To forbid; to prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To forbid; to prohibit.
    • To forbid; to prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To bewitch.
    • To forbid; to prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To forbid; to prohibit.
    • To forbid; to prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To bewitch.
    • To forbid; to prohibit.
    • To forbid; to prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To bewitch.
    • To forbid; to prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To forbid; to prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To forbid; to prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To forbid; to prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
  • others:
    • To forbid; prohibit.
    • To forbid; prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To bewitch.
    • To injure by immoderate compliments; impact with all the curse of an evil tongue, which brings sick luck upon all items of its praise.
    • To injure by immoderate compliments; influence utilizing the curse of an evil tongue, which brings sick luck upon all objects of the compliments.
    • To forbid; prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To injure by immoderate compliments; influence using the curse of an evil tongue, which brings sick luck upon all objects of its praise.
    • To forbid; prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To injure by immoderate praise; influence with the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill chance upon all items of its compliments.
    • To forbid; prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To injure by immoderate praise; affect using the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill chance upon all objects of its compliments.
    • To forbid; prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To injure by immoderate praise; impact because of the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill chance upon all things of the compliments.
    • To forbid; prohibit.
    • To forbid; prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To bewitch.
    • To injure by immoderate praise; affect because of the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill chance upon all items of its compliments.
    • To injure by immoderate praise; affect aided by the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill chance upon all things of its praise.
    • To forbid; prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To injure by immoderate compliments; impact with the curse of an evil tongue, which brings sick luck upon all objects of the praise.
    • To forbid; prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To forbid; prohibit.
    • To injure by immoderate compliments; influence with the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill chance upon all things of their compliments.
    • To forbid; prohibit.
    • To bewitch.
    • To injure by immoderate praise; impact utilizing the curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill luck upon all things of its compliments.
    • To bewitch.
    • To forbid; prohibit.
    • To injure by immoderate compliments; affect using curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill fortune upon all items of its compliments.
    • To bewitch.
    • To forbid; prohibit.
    • To injure by immoderate praise; influence with the curse of an evil tongue, which brings sick chance upon all objects of their praise.
    • To bewitch.
    • To injure by immoderate compliments; affect using curse of an evil tongue, which brings ill chance upon all things of its compliments.
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