Random good picture Not show
1 He was forsaken by his friends.
2 She has forsaken her boyfriend.
3 He has forsaken his native Finland to live in Britain.
4 He doubted their claim to have forsaken military solutions to the civil war.
5 You may have forsaken chips in favour of baked potatoes but what about that weakness for crisps?
6 More than 80 older men and women have forsaken retirement to help at local schools.
7 The Forsaken Merman came to mind: Come, dear children, let us away,[www.Sentencedict.com] he advised his sad family.
8 Disappointed customers and forsaken employees pretty much had to tough it out alone.
9 Polygamy, subdued but never forsaken under Soviet rule, has returned with a veneer of respectability.
10 Cesar has also been forsaken by his former FARC comrades who condemned him as a traitor, after he was hoodwinked by an army intelligence operation masquerading as a humanitarian mission.
11 Death has forsaken them, and their names shall never be penned in the Dead Book.
12 This former Noxian soldier has forsaken her malevolent compatriots on a quest for self-discovery[sentencedict.com], wielding a shattered sword to remind her of the fractured world she left behind.
13 Saying, God hath forsaken him: persecute and take him ; for there is none to deliver him.
14 When once glary verbalism and illustrious oath are forsaken in the back of the Bores.
15 Love can be forsaken by the lover capriciously, while friendship can be abandoned by the friend at any time. Only familial affection is eternal warmness.
16 All those genii who have forsaken their own type, and become joined in individuality to an individuality of the divine type, are regarded as neighbors and associates of the Gods.
17 The delta region of the Rio Grande river was a forsaken land of thickets and swamps.
18 Despite all the community agencies, there is no place to put a forsaken old woman.
19 If Barlaston can be saved, no other major country house need be forsaken.
20 They were as welcoming as ever; a little surprised because they had thought I had forsaken them.
21 Australopithecenes were apelike creatures that walked upright, like people, but had still not forsaken the trees.
22 Somehow, a young Jedi named Ky Narec came to be stranded on this forsaken world.
23 It is very easy to fall into the habit of doubting, fretting, and wondering if God has forsaken us and if after all our hopes are to end in failure. Let us refuse to be discouraged.
24 For the Horde, in Howling Fjord, you enter an area with brand new Forsaken architecture.
25 Low and grovelling thoughts of God must be given up; doubting and despairing must be removed; and self-seeking and carnal delights must be forsaken.
26 With the renewed interest in the research of the works of Matthew Arnold, some characteristics of Arnold's poetry are studied with the illustration of the poem The Forsaken Merman.
More similar words: forsake, dorsal, for sale, for the sake of, weaken, take note of, take notice of, broken, sunken, drunken, chicken, weekend, ersatz, reversal, or so, adversary, universal, vice versa, at worst, for sure, anniversary, indoors, endorse, outdoors, conversation, scissors, horseback, out of doors, horseplay, censorship.