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lorn

adjective \ˈlrn\

Definition of LORN

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Examples of LORN

  1. <lorn beyond all description, the widow struggled to cope with her crushing grief>

Origin of LORN

Middle English, from loren, past participle of lesen to lose, from Old English lēosan — more at lose
First Known Use: 14th century

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