Forfeit and Land

Forfeit

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Forfeit verb – Lose (s.th.) or lose the right to (s.th.) by some error, offense, or crime.
Land is an antonym for forfeit.
Nearby Words: forfeited, forfeiture, forfeiting
Antonyms for Forfeit

Land

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Land verb – To receive as return for effort.
Usage example: because of his work on the boss's pet project, he landed a promotion as well as a raise

Forfeit is an antonym for land in achieve topic.
Nearby Words: landing, landed, landholder, landless
Antonyms for Land
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How words are described

full full forfeit full land
last last forfeit last land

Common collocations

chance forfeit chance land chance

Both words in one sentence

  • Theatre / The Crucible Therefore, he refuses to plead at all, knowing that he will die regardless, and that by refusing to plead, his land will not be forfeit, and instead his sons can inherit.
  • Theatre / The Crucible By confessing or denying the accusation, his land would have been forfeit, but instead he kept silent, never confirming or denying the accusations, only asking for more weight to be pressed on him, until he was crushed to death.
  • Down to the Last Play Michael Jordan has just learned that, in Looney Tune land, he can use the cartoon-y physics to his advantage, but without the extra man, they forfeit and Swackhammer gets him and the Tunes.
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Antonyms for forfeit
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