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Forbiddenly
Forbiddenness
Forbidder
Forbidding
forbiddingly
Forbiddingness
Forblack
forbode
Forboden
Forbore
Forborne
Forbruise
forbye
Forcados River
Forcarve
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Force 17
Force Acts
Force and arms
force back
force beddown
force closure
force de frappe
force feed
force field
force from

forby definitions

Merriam Webster's

I. preposition or forbye Etymology: Middle English forby, preposition & adverb, from fore- + by Date: 14th century 1. archaic a. past b. near 2. chiefly Scottish besides II. adverb or forbye Date: 1590 chiefly Scottish besides ; in addition

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

Forby For*by", adv. & prep. [See Foreby.] Near; hard by; along; past. [Obs.] To tell her if her child went ought forby. --Chaucer. To the intent that ships may pass along forby all the sides of the city without let. --Robynson (More's Utopia).




 


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