Definitions for foregonefɔrˈgɔn, -ˈgɒn, foʊr-; ˈfɔrˌgɔn, -ˌgɒn, ˈfoʊr-
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word foregone
bygone, bypast, departed, foregone, gone(adj)
well in the past; former
"bygone days"; "dreams of foregone times"; "sweet memories of gone summers"; "relics of a departed era"
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It is a foregone conclusion that the Fed is going to raise rates.
At this moment, a rate hike is a foregone conclusion and if the Fed misses the opportunity to raise again next week, it will reintroduce uncertainties in the market.
Alassane has every chance of being re-elected. However, we will continue to travel the country galvanizing the people, because an election is never a foregone conclusion.
At this moment, a rate hike is a foregone conclusion and if Atlanta Fed misses the opportunity to raise again next week, Atlanta Fed will reintroduce uncertainties in the market.
If HP had gone under during the recession -- and it was by no means a foregone conclusion it would have survived the recession -- then every employee at HP would have lost their job, in the end, the company succeeded and grew because of her tough choices.
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