forlornness

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORLORNNESS

We had subjected ourselves to all this forlornness simply for pleasure.

He was obsessed by the solitary idea of his own forlornness.

The old sense of forlornness, of being alone and uncared for, returned to her.

Though one had a pity for his forlornness, there was still an admiration.

"Troth, it serves me nothing," she said, with a forlornness he could not understand.

But there were no tears in her eyes, no forlornness in her voice.

All about her seemed elastic; depression, fear, forlornness, were withdrawn.

Still her despair and forlornness weighed upon her more and more.

The forlornness of the bookcase gave a stricken air to the whole room.

They loved to be near one another that their forlornness might pain them less.

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