forfeited


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surrendered as a penalty

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Darcy chose to doubt it-- or to treat it as a merely conditional recommendation, and to assert that I had forfeited all claim to it by extravagance, imprudence-- in short anything or nothing.
That grace which the ancient Israelites had forfeited was offered anew to their children.
These, however, appear to have forfeited the title, for they had with them a fine lot of skins of beaver, elk, deer, and mountain sheep.
He had never yet forfeited that approbation, and he had considerable reliance on his own virtues.
His father had married without the pale of the church to which he belonged, and had, in this manner, forfeited some of the privileges of his offspring.
In this world the penalty is less equal than could be wished; but without presuming to look forward to a juster appointment hereafter, we may fairly consider a man of sense, like Henry Crawford, to be providing for himself no small portion of vexation and regret: vexation that must rise sometimes to self-reproach, and regret to wretchedness, in having so requited hospitality, so injured family peace, so forfeited his best, most estimable, and endeared acquaintance, and so lost the woman whom he had rationally as well as passionately loved.
It had no lofty portal, no terrific inscription of forfeited hopes--she did not understand wherein she had sinned.
You see that even a villain and murderer can inspire such affection that his brother turns to suicide when he learns that his neck is forfeited.
The bird complained to the dog of this bare-faced robbery, but nothing he said was of any avail, for the dog answered that he found false credentials on the sausage, and that was the reason his life had been forfeited.
She might in truth have safely trusted him now; but he had forfeited her confidence for the time, and she kept on the ground progressing thoughtfully, as if wondering whether it would be wiser to return home.
I had forfeited love, I had sacrificed honor, and now I must deliberately alienate myself from the one being whose society might yet be some recompense for all that I had lost.
Milvain depended even more than most elderly women of her generation upon the delicious emotions of intimacy, agony, and secrecy, and the additional thrill provided by the basement was one not lightly to be forfeited.
Even though he has forfeited all claim upon my consideration, yet is he the guest of the jeddak, my father, and to him alone may he account for the unpardonable act he has committed.
Never before had he so yearned for life as in this moment that he had so effectively forfeited his right to live.
He has forfeited all claim upon your love, loyalty, or respect.