Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Deserted; left; abandoned; forlorn.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb Past participle of forsake

Etymologies

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Examples

  • ‘He has cast us off; he has forsaken us, ’ he faltered; ‘forsaken us; he was dull with us.

    Chapter XXI

  • In the Greek text, the word forsaken literally means that Jesus felt abandoned by his Father, yet he called out to him in his pain.

    God Attachment

  • In the Greek text, the word forsaken literally means that Jesus felt abandoned by his Father, yet he called out to him in his pain.

    God Attachment

  • In the Greek text, the word forsaken literally means that Jesus felt abandoned by his Father, yet he called out to him in his pain.

    God Attachment

  • “I have forsaken my ability to talk about this issue,” he said, and I find it hilarious that he actually used the word forsaken.

    Chuck Klosterman on Pop

  • “I have forsaken my ability to talk about this issue,” he said, and I find it hilarious that he actually used the word forsaken.

    Chuck Klosterman on Pop

  • “I have forsaken my ability to talk about this issue,” he said, and I find it hilarious that he actually used the word forsaken.

    Chuck Klosterman on Pop

  • “I have forsaken my ability to talk about this issue,” he said, and I find it hilarious that he actually used the word forsaken.

    Mysterious Days

  • Some were enchanted, and others haunted; in that the furniture was yellow, which she termed a forsaken colour; and in this it was red, the reflection of which would, she said, disorder the optic system.

    The Castle of Tynemouth. A Tale

  • The literacy we have forsaken is not only of the elemental kind.

    Education, Freedom and Regulation

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