Definition of forgo:
lay off, discontinue, abstain, deliver, waive, call off, drop by the wayside, let go of, free, study at waive, spare, knock something on the head, predate, premise, think better of something, cry off, withhold, throw overboard, precede, cede, back down, relinquish, antecede, introduce, forego, foreswear, stop, come before, back out, deep-six, give up, forget, abjure, forfeit, sacrifice, throw in, preface, pull back, prey, yield, raven, refrain, dispense with, allow, kick, fall by the wayside, drop out, keep, foredate, lay down, chuck up the sponge, cease, lead, hold back, antedate, throw in the towel.
- relinquish (part of speech: verb)
- rid (part of speech: verb)
Their way led past the gate of the Hotel du Lac, and Mr. Wilder, being under the impression that he was enjoying a very good joke all by himself, could not forgo the temptation of stopping to inquire if Mrs. Eustace and Nannie had heard any news of the prodigal.- "Jerry", Jean Webster.
- "Fanny Goes to War", Pat Beauchamp.
- "The Strange Adventures of Eric Blackburn", Harry Collingwood.