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Synonym: let sliplosesacrificeSimilar words: for fear ofdecaffeinatedcolorfuleitherinterfereneitherinterfere inconceitMeaning: ['fɔrfɪt /'fɔːf-]  n. 1. something that is lost or surrendered as a penalty; 2. a penalty for a fault or mistake that involves losing or giving up something 3. the act of losing or surrendering something as a penalty for a mistake or fault or failure to perform etc.. v. lose or lose the right to by some error, offense, or crime. adj. surrendered as a penalty. 
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1 Passengers who cancel their reservations will forfeit their deposit.
2 If you cancel now I'm afraid you forfeit your deposit.
3 If you always tease others like that, you'll forfeit the good opinion of your friends.
4 He was ordered to forfeit more than £1.5m in profits.
5 His lands were forfeit.
6 Give me your watch as a forfeit.
7 The company's property may even be forfeit.
8 That is the forfeit he must pay.
9 If furniture is damaged, you will forfeit your deposit.
10 They won the game by forfeit.
11 If you cancel your flight, you will forfeit your deposit.
12 He argues that murderers forfeit their own right to life.
13 She was fined £3,000 and ordered to forfeit her car.
14 All goods may be forfeit to the State in time of war.
15 For him to forfeit his favourite hobby would be impossible.
16 You will forfeit your chance of getting your money if you are late.
17 By our law your lives are forfeit.
18 Those who did not sign would forfeit some legal rights.
19 Members absent without satisfactory excuse,[] shall forfeit a small fine of two pence for each case of absence.
20 The same rule applies to athletes who forfeit their scholarships entirely.
21 If the plate falls the player must pay a forfeit.
22 They say they were left financially strapped or forced to forfeit their homes to pay off the debts.
23 The boy might break wind or say a naughty word and forfeit the protection of that great white spirit.
24 Everyone enjoyed the pleasant outdoor atmosphere and setting without having to forfeit convenience.
25 Pregnant teenage girls will have to live with their parents or forfeit their benefits.
26 That, despite the recession and the fact that they would have to forfeit two weeks work.
27 Either they must draw back from the spotlight and forfeit their privileges or pick their partners based on purely practical criteria.
28 If a team does not show up with enough players, they forfeit the game.
29 It was vital here to pay proper attention to every step, or the river would claim forfeit.
30 Valerie's absence allowed her to stoke up all sorts of guilt and self-pity and she did not want to forfeit that.
More similar words: for fear ofdecaffeinatedcolorfuleitherinterfereneitherinterfere inconceitinterfere withconceitedreiteratedeceitfultake it easy
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