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    • Appearing unfortunate or lonely because deserted or abandoned.
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forlorn definition

  • adjective:
    • Appearing unfortunate or lonely because deserted or abandoned.
    • Forsaken or deprived: forlorn of most hope.
    • Wretched or pitiful in appearance or problem: forlorn roadside shacks.
    • almost hopeless; desperate. See Synonyms at despondent.
    • abandoned, left out, deserted
    • unhappy, as when lonely being abandoned.
    • Deserted; abandoned; lost.
    • Destitute; helpless; in pitiful plight; wretched; unhappy; practically hopeless; desperate.
    • marked by or showing hopelessness
    • showing up unfortunate or lonely because deserted or abandoned.
    • Forsaken or deprived: forlorn of most hope.
    • Wretched or pitiful to look at or problem: forlorn roadside shacks.
    • almost hopeless; desperate. See Synonyms at despondent.
    • abandoned, left, deserted
    • unhappy, as when lonely becoming abandoned.
    • Deserted; abandoned; lost.
    • Destitute; helpless; in pitiful plight; wretched; unhappy; practically hopeless; desperate.
    • Appearing sad or lonely because deserted or abandoned.
    • Forsaken or deprived: forlorn of all of the hope.
    • Wretched or pitiful in appearance or condition: forlorn roadside shacks.
    • almost hopeless; desperate. See Synonyms at despondent.
    • marked by or showing hopelessness
    • abandoned, put aside, deserted
    • miserable, as when lonely being abandoned.
    • Deserted; abandoned; lost.
    • Destitute; helpless; in pitiful plight; wretched; miserable; virtually hopeless; desperate.
    • Appearing sad or lonely because deserted or abandoned.
    • showing up sad or lonely because deserted or abandoned.
    • Forsaken or deprived: forlorn of hope.
    • Forsaken or deprived: forlorn of most hope.
    • Wretched or pitiful in appearance or condition: forlorn roadside shacks.
    • Wretched or pitiful in appearance or problem: forlorn roadside shacks.
    • almost hopeless; hopeless. See Synonyms at despondent.
    • almost hopeless; desperate. See Synonyms at despondent.
    • abandoned, left out, deserted
    • abandoned, left out, deserted
    • unhappy, as when lonely becoming abandoned.
    • unhappy, as when lonely being abandoned.
    • Deserted; abandoned; lost.
    • marked by or showing hopelessness
    • Deserted; abandoned; lost.
    • Destitute; helpless; in pitiful plight; wretched; miserable; practically hopeless; hopeless.
    • Destitute; helpless; in pitiful plight; wretched; miserable; nearly hopeless; hopeless.
    • marked by or showing hopelessness
    • marked by or showing hopelessness
    • Appearing sad or lonely because deserted or abandoned.
    • Forsaken or deprived: forlorn of most hope.
    • Wretched or pitiful to look at or problem: forlorn roadside shacks.
    • Nearly hopeless; hopeless. See Synonyms at despondent.
    • abandoned, left out, deserted
    • miserable, as whenever lonely becoming abandoned.
    • Deserted; abandoned; lost.
    • Destitute; helpless; in pitiful plight; wretched; miserable; very nearly hopeless; hopeless.
    • marked by or showing hopelessness
  • verb:
    • last participle of forlese
    • Past participle of forlese
    • Past participle of forlese
    • Past participle of forlese
    • last participle of forlese
    • Past participle of forlese
  • noun:
    • A lost, forsaken, or solitary person.
    • A forlorn hope; a vanguard.
    • A lost, forsaken, or solitary person.
    • A forlorn hope; an advanced body of troops; a vanguard.
    • A lost, forsaken, or individual person.
    • A forlorn hope; a vanguard.
    • A lost, forsaken, or solitary person.
    • A forlorn hope; an advanced human body of troops; a vanguard.
    • A lost, forsaken, or solitary individual.
    • A forlorn hope; a vanguard.
    • A lost, forsaken, or individual individual.
    • A forlorn hope; an enhanced human anatomy of soldiers; a vanguard.
    • A lost, forsaken, or individual individual.
    • A lost, forsaken, or solitary person.
    • A forlorn hope; a vanguard.
    • A forlorn hope; a vanguard.
    • A lost, forsaken, or individual person.
    • A forlorn hope; an enhanced human anatomy of troops; a vanguard.
    • A lost, forsaken, or individual individual.
    • A forlorn hope; an advanced body of soldiers; a vanguard.
    • A lost, forsaken, or solitary individual.
    • A forlorn hope; a vanguard.
    • A lost, forsaken, or solitary person.
    • A forlorn hope; an enhanced human anatomy of soldiers; a vanguard.
  • others:
    • Lost; deserted; forsaken; abandoned.
    • thus Without assistance or succor; helpless; wretched; miserable.
    • Small; despicable: in a ludicrous good sense.
    • Deprived; bereft; destitute.
    • Synonyms Friendless, miserable, comfortless, disconsolate, woebegone, abject, pitiable.
    • missing; deserted; forsaken; abandoned.
    • ergo Without help or succor; helpless; wretched; unhappy.
    • Small; despicable: in a ludicrous feeling.
    • Deprived; bereft; destitute.
    • Synonyms Friendless, miserable, comfortless, disconsolate, woebegone, abject, pitiable.
    • Lost; deserted; forsaken; abandoned.
    • For this reason Without help or succor; helpless; wretched; miserable.
    • Small; despicable: in a ludicrous sense.
    • Deprived; bereft; destitute.
    • Synonyms Friendless, unhappy, comfortless, disconsolate, woebegone, abject, pitiable.
    • Lost; deserted; forsaken; abandoned.
    • missing; deserted; forsaken; abandoned.
    • Hence Without help or succor; helpless; wretched; unhappy.
    • Hence Without assistance or succor; helpless; wretched; miserable.
    • Small; despicable: in a ludicrous sense.
    • Small; despicable: in a ludicrous good sense.
    • Deprived; bereft; destitute.
    • Synonyms Friendless, miserable, comfortless, disconsolate, woebegone, abject, pitiable.
    • Deprived; bereft; destitute.
    • Synonyms Friendless, unhappy, comfortless, disconsolate, woebegone, abject, pitiable.
    • missing; deserted; forsaken; abandoned.
    • For this reason Without assistance or succor; helpless; wretched; miserable.
    • Small; despicable: in a ludicrous sense.
    • Deprived; bereft; destitute.
    • Synonyms Friendless, miserable, comfortless, disconsolate, woebegone, abject, pitiable.
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