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Synonyms for forsaken

Synonyms for forsaken

having been given up and left alone

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Forsaken is available in hardcover, softcover, mass-market paperback, audiobook and all eBook formats.
It comforts me to know that Jesus knows what it is to be forsaken.
Forsaken is a collection of photographs and vignettes which document Lana's journey over the two-year period during which she lived and worked in Afghanistan.
It is no wonder that Triumph Forsaken has received loud applause from neoconservative organs--e.
That root problem of theodicy has never been driven by abstract doctrinal questions but by the suffering of every Job, the passion of every God-forsaken one: or ones forsaken by a strong theology.
Even in the midst of the carnage, if I could share one thing with Rusesabagina it would be: Continue to have faith in God; he has not forsaken you and will never leave you.
Some stouthearted administrators, having forsaken the real problems that involve sex and alcohol, now devote their energies to combating the campus crimes of "homotransphobia.
which means, 'My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?
The book describes a fictional American city, Bellona, that is nearly destroyed (by an event that is never fully explained) and is then forsaken by federal authorities who leave the metropolis to the mercy of looters, abandoning the residents who remain to fend for themselves.
A very small portion of the money collected annually from the American public on the behalf of the millions of Sacred Souls would be most properly and deservedly used to place a Jewish Monument on these desecrated, humiliated and forsaken mass graves.
Be ready to face a new corporate species, one that often has access to cheap capital and the full range of resources of the state, one that has the cheapest human resources on the planet, one that is willing to do business in the most forsaken nations and under the most brutal regimes (e.
Infuriated and feeling forsaken by his guild Brendell's determination to exact retribution is something the reader can fully understand.
Like twins, the notion of duality applies to Heim, who hasn't forsaken Diavolo, and, in fact, cast two troupe members in KA.
but it was a mission forsaken almost from the beginning, and its abandonment has been accompanied by a history of political pressures, divisiveness, and political intervention from a wide range of fronts.
In other 'Yeto news, OG dark lord Ethan Fowler has, once again, forsaken the cess-pool of Southern California for the sweet environs and affordable housing of Portland, Oregon, "Until the day I die," so he says.