forlorn[ fawr-lawrn ]SEE DEFINITION OF forlorn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORLORN
She had had a forlorn hope that he would throw down the sheet; but he did not.
These men were as forlorn and miserable as my self, death grinning in our faces at every turn.
Altogether, the appearance of the individual was forlorn and miserable.
There were forlorn hollows under his eyes; now he looked twice his age.
That he might be; but he was not so forlorn as to roam away and leave them together.
The forlorn smile with which she said it, so touched him, that tears started from his eyes.
He was not old, not alone and forlorn and cumbering the earth.
She was a widow, had just lost her father, with whom she lived, and was very miserable and forlorn.
Poor, poor, forlorn girl—it was thus she begged and supplicated, but he denied her.
I came here with a wild sort of forlorn hope you could forgive.
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