forsaken

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left entirely; "forsaken slopes where children once played
{s} abandoned, deserted, neglected
past participle of forsake
left entirely; "forsaken slopes where children once played"
1. A forsaken place is not lived in, used, or looked after. The delta region of the Rio Grande river was a forsaken land of thickets and swamps. see also godforsaken
forsake
To abandon, to give up, to leave (permanently), to renounce
god-forsaken
Abandoned by a deity or god
god-forsaken
pejorative term for a non-believer in a god or deity; an atheist
god-forsaken
In desperate circumstances

No matter how much fertilizer we use on this god-forsaken acre of dirt, nothing grows.

forsake
{f} desert, abandon, leave; renounce, give up
forsake
{v} to leave, go away from, quit, desert, flight
god-forsaken
Devoid of all merit, dismal
God-forsaken
forgotten by God, abandoned by God
forsake
To abandon
forsake
To quit or leave entirely; to desert; to abandon; to depart or withdraw from; to leave; as, false friends and flatterers forsake us in adversity
forsake
To renounce; to reject; to refuse
forsake
If you forsake something, you stop doing it, using it, or having it. He doubted their claim to have forsaken military solutions to the civil war
forsake
disapproval If you forsake someone, you leave them when you should have stayed, or stop you helping them or looking after them. I still love him and I would never forsake him
forsake
leave someone who needs or counts on you; leave in the lurch; "The mother deserted her children"
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