Use "forbear|forbears" in a sentence

1. Ghost unlaid forbear thee!

2. I cannot forbear to go into details.

3. He forbears to mention the matter again.

4. We begged him to forbear.

5. I could not forbear smiling.

6. Cant forBear criticizing their ineptitude.

7. I forbear to go into details.

8. She could not forbear crying out.

9. I forbear to tell his name.

10. We have to forbear our angry feelings.

11. We should forbear to go into details.

12. Encapsulated in the word forbear is the verb bear.If you associate bear with the meaning and spelling of forbear, you will never confuse it with Bare.

13. You must forbear taking advantage of your strength.

14. The wounded boy could not forbear to cry out.

15. The wounded man could not forbear to cry out.

16. Antonyms for Acquiesces include resists, challenges, defies, opposes, contests, disagrees, forbears, dissents, fights and refuses

17. The fans could not forbear crying out at the wonderful goal.

18. Families cherished their forbears, whether these had lived in humble cottages or in manor houses.

19. Forbear to judge, for we are sinners all. William Shakespeare 

20. There are many synonyms of Abnegate which include Abstain, Decline, Forbear, Forgo, Refrain, Reject, Give Up, etc.

21. So a government scientist, whom out of modesty I forbear to name, had to expose the fraud.

22. His Assailant could not forbear laughing heartily at his plight, but was also quick to lend his aid

23. Of the colours, a talbot sejant, resting the dexter forepawon an annulet or, and gorged with two Annulets gules.Motto— Bear and forbear

24. As hunter-gatherers, our forbears needed sensory cues to phenolic content -- Astringency and its taste analog, bitterness -- to distinguish food from poison, to determine ripeness and so forth.

25. I Bravadoed to Harriot most magnanimously; but at night, when Marriott was undressing me, I could not forbear giving her a hint, which I thought might tend to preserve the king's peace, and the peace of the county

26. They were the inheritors of a dissident tradition that goes back as far as Pushkin and the Decembrists in Russia. Some explicitly saw themselves as representative of historic values, whether they were the exiled Solzhenitsyn or an Estonian intelligentsia which looked back admiringly to its forbears in the nineteenth century, Herderian cultural nationalists.

27. 18 And upon the plates of Nephi I did make a full account of all the wickedness and abominations; but upon athese plates I did forbear to make a full account of their wickedness and abominations, for behold, a continual scene of wickedness and abominations has been before mine eyes ever since I have been sufficient to behold the ways of man.