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    forsake - Dictionary definition and meaning for word forsake

    Definition
    (verb) leave someone who needs or counts on you; leave in the lurch
    Synonyms : abandon , desert , desolate
    Example Sentence
    • The mother deserted her children
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a despo boy saying to his girlfriend,,,,,, "FOR god SAKE , dont leave me , i need uuuuuu"

FAR somewhere in DESERT you would wish to have a chocolate SHAKE -> FOR+SHAKE -> desert

'For sake of welfare of villagers he abandoned living luxurious life.'

Forest + ake(alone)

The word forsake says "Do not forsake me"

"Sake" is from "seek". When someone look FOR someone else and SEEK him who has left, he is called a man "for 'seek'".

god sake, he GIVE UP and ABANDONED all things and became a SAINT

bhagwan ke liye mujhe chodd do.. Please leave me for the sake of god.. or FOR the SAKE of gaining something we have to LEAVE something..

forsake = for the sake of protection of our country we left the operation.

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