Forsakes [verb]

Definition of Forsakes:

abandon, turn one's back on

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Sentence/Example of Forsakes:

From it I learned that, if I would gain heaven, I must forsake sin and live a pure life.

His many failures caused his friends to forsake him and he was put in prison for not paying his debts.

May he hear your prayers, and be reconciled unto you, and never forsake you in the evil time.

As favour and riches forsake a man, we discover in him the foolishness they concealed, and which no one perceived before.

He hasn't the nerve to forsake his native heath and roam the wide world, a free and independent gentleman.

I saw very plainly that this was their bhil; one by one they began to forsake their tattoos and collect.

Never will he be willing to leave me or forsake M. David and enter the house of M. Bridou.

I am sure, beautiful ladies, that you will not forsake me, and to save my grandmother I would go to the end of the world.

Bob seems sorry that he must forsake the Marsh & River when he is daily fowling, & never kills any Game.

To explain the known by the unknown is to forsake all intellectual sanity.