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
Smith appeared to spend the first three quarters intent on scoring, forsaking the rest of his game.
In the interim though, the opportunity for Tidal to allow non-Sprint people sign up and get the album is being forsaken.
The Islamic State militant group posts beheadings on YouTube, American evangelicals forsake their Christian convictions for short-term political gains, Jewish settlers in the West Bank take land away from their Palestinian neighbors.
Since the Supreme Court’s landmark Afroyim v. Rusk decision in 1967, American citizenship is generally irrevocable unless its bearer explicitly chooses to forsake it.
So far Melania doesn’t get high marks for loneliness-assuaging, having forsaken the White House for the family’s Trump Tower apartment, in Manhattan—
Trainers and strength coaches are forsaking pricey massage devices for power tools.
For example, instead of forsaking cigarettes altogether, smoke one less a day.
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Synonym Discussion of forsake
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
Definition of forsake for Students
: to give up or leave entirely Don't forsake your friends.
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