Definition of foregone
poets dream of lives foregone in worlds fantastical
Example of foregone
‘These are accounts of people's lives,’ she said, vital for shedding light on foregone times.
Although the votes are still being counted the results are a foregone conclusion .
Certain moral decisions and attitudes are foregone conclusions .
Indeed, it appears that the dispatch was a foregone conclusion rather than the result of a detailed survey.
It is an election devoid of drama and excitement as the result seems a foregone conclusion .
Must we just tag along to the daily chores of a stringent society, which has turned itself so vulnerable to the traditional boundaries of a foregone age?
Sport is never that engaging when the result is a foregone conclusion .
The force of character is cumulative. All the foregone days of virtue work their health into this.
The result gave the lie to cynics who suggested the result was a foregone conclusion .
The results in many states are already foregone conclusions .