Forslow meaning

1682, John Dryden, Epistles, XIII.

The wond'ring Nereids, though they rais'd no storm, / Foreslow'd her passage, to behold her form.

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Origin of forslow

  • From Middle English forslowen, forslewen (“to neglect”), from Old English forslāwian, forslǣwan (“to be slow, unwilling, delay, put off”), equivalent to for- +‎ slow.

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