foregone


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Synonyms for foregone

a foregone conclusion

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Synonyms for foregone

well in the past

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The very fact that Numa had foregone such easy prey at all convinced the wise forest craft of Tarzan that Numa's belly already was full.
No man could accuse him of cowardice or treachery, for Kulan Tith was in arms against Helium, and, further, upon the Thuria were not enough swords to delay even temporarily the outcome that already was a foregone conclusion in the minds of the watchers.
The result of the encounter seemed foregone if the savages could curb their superstitious terror, for against their overwhelming numbers, their long spears and poisoned arrows, the panther and the apes could not be expected to survive a really determined attack.
That she would hate a soulless creature he accepted as a foregone conclusion.
His manner, when he made that reply, suggested to Emily that there was some foregone conclusion in his mind, which he was putting to the test.
So Nicholas had a glassful, and being occupied with his own reflections, drank it, in happy innocence of all the foregone proceedings.