Forswearing [verb]

Definition of Forswearing:

abandon, disavow

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Sentence/Example of Forswearing:

This with much more alarmed surprise than if you had declared your intention of forswearing clothes.

And, thinking of this, suspicion assailed him that forswearing had been slightly insincere and perfunctory.

Must the city of Clovis bow like him, taking on new vows and forswearing old?

Men find it very easy to condemn womankind en bloc, and they are forever forswearing the sex as if it were a unit or a bad habit.

Such forswearing is not possible to Wotan: love, though not his highest need, is a higher than gold: otherwise he would be no god.

He stood swaying between reprobation and admiration, between forswearing and alliance, between sympathy and repulsion.

I must save myself by forswearing the Ismaelians and be all loyalty to the arch-sultan.

Only I must break off sharp, must escape all reminders by forswearing all returns.

Thus no colonial member could get in but by forswearing his principles and abandoning the interests of his order.

When the desired number is but small, the problem is sometimes solved by having two or three children and forswearing all adults.