forsaken

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He at least did not think that the idol had been forsaken because the use of his name was given up.

Far below him lay the pallidly-lit depths of the forsaken thoroughfare.

Since Salvat's arrest, the woman and the child had been forsaken and suspected by one and all.

Grey Beaver had betrayed and forsaken him, but that had no effect upon him.

Tell him also that if he had paid me a little better for my labours, I would not have forsaken him.

Cold was the hearthstone now, and the place was forsaken and empty.

"I have a table yonder—although I appear to have forsaken it," he was explaining.

His children had forsaken him, he was all alone in the world, and obliged to quit France.

You know very well that you are not alone, that you are not forsaken.

She knew not, but she felt that she had been forsaken, and had received a mortal wound.

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