Examples of forsake in a Sentence
forsaking most of our possessions, we evacuated just before the hurricane struck
Recent Examples of forsake from the Web
Having apparently forsaken his Playmate and the yacht, Smith wrote from India.
As computers came into the newspaper's art department, Mr. Champagne was slow to forsake creating art by hand.
That hot pink bottle was then forsaken for the now ubiquitous Sugarbear Hair gummies, which have blanketed Instagram since early 2016.
Conservatives complained that the directive unleashed witch hunts, with due process forsaken.
Until Ventura married a Dominican woman named María del Pilar Sangiovanni in early 2016, forsaking the objections of relatives and close friends and widening a rift between Ventura and his mother.
Directed indulgently by Anthony Methvin, the high-energy cast has license to forsake all restraint.
But the Mom and West Wing actress, 58, had forsaken the idea of ever winning an Oscar.
The gravity of the shooting forced him for appearances’ sake to forsake golf at Mar-a-Lago over the weekend and instead cower indoors binge-watching cable TV and letting loose with his insane tweetstorm.
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walk away from, walk out on;
Synonym Discussion of forsake
- abandoned children
- a deserted town
- a forsaken lover
FORSAKE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of forsake for English Language Learners
: to give up or leave (someone or something) entirely
FORSAKE Defined for Kids
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