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forsaken

[fawr-sey-kuh n] /fɔrˈseɪ kən/
verb
1.
past participle of forsake.
adjective
2.
deserted; abandoned; forlorn:
an old, forsaken farmhouse.
Related forms
forsakenly, adverb
forsakenness, noun
self-forsaken, adjective
unforsaken, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for unforsaken

forsaken

/fəˈseɪkən/
verb
1.
the past participle of forsake
adjective
2.
completely deserted or helpless; abandoned
Derived Forms
forsakenly, adverb
forsakenness, noun
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Word Origin and History for unforsaken

forsaken

adj.

mid-13c., past participle adjective from forsake. Related: Forsakenly.

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