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- adjective Abandoned by a
- adjective In desperate circumstances.
pejorativeterm for a non-believerin a godor deity; an atheist
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"What god-forsaken hell hole am I performing in today?"
Then there's the issue of how to hold the god-forsaken thing.
Even if you later retract is and apologize, there are enough god-forsaken morons in this country who will keep repeating it as though it's gospel solely because they choose to believe it in order to confirm for themselves that the world does indeed work the way they wish it to.
The lives that will be preserved by leaving these god-forsaken places will make mothers across the US breath a lot easier.
Over the weekend Bernstein seized on the factoid that Obama only filled 2/3 of some meeting hall and when you compare that with the 20,000 people who stood in the rain in some god-forsaken berg during the election — — Why that must mean that Obama is a has-been.
But give us enough time to dismantle (destroy) all the Federal assets in their god-forsaken hellhole first.
Did you feel the urge to flee this god-forsaken country in a boat and risk death and humiliation?
It was a god-forsaken place of naked, eroded lava, to which only rarely could the scant vegetation find root-hold.
And, “Don't you ever check your god-forsaken phone?”
You will never have any idea how tired we are of this god-forsaken war that has destroyed generations of our young and old.