abandonment

[ uh-ban-duhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF abandonment

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Abandonment and abuse are not acts of God, they are failures of love.

Her act of abandonment was really an arrangement for settling her son permanently in life.

This abandonment of the second topic threw him on the third.

But it never woke him to remorse, or to abandonment of his design.

And how desolate was its abandonment, what a stream of silence and solitude it was!

He ran from the room, and Jan felt that this was only an added pang of abandonment.

This included the abandonment of Belgrade on November 29, 1914.

It is the vice of our public speaking that it has not abandonment.

He must take his place by her side, and if that included the abandonment of his ideals, so be it!

I shrugged my shoulders in my abandonment of hope, and I turned towards the window.

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