Forsaking [verb]

Definition of Forsaking:

abandon, turn one's back on

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Sentence/Example of Forsaking:

They pray for mercy, acknowledging that they are justly punished for forsaking true wisdom.

I believe I am going out of my mind—all my strength of will is forsaking me.

What can have been his motive for forsaking his sailors and two of his ablest officers?

It was beyond his faculties to divine that her not forsaking of Edward might haply come to mean something disastrous to him.

A young man, forsaking his sweetheart, married another maiden, who when her time came suffered exceedingly.

Before quite leaving her he threw upon her face a wistful glance, as if he had misgivings on the generosity of forsaking her thus.

Since you are resolved To damn yourself, in your forsaking of Your noble order for a woman, do itFor this.

Then might you see mothers forsaking their children, and husbands their wives, each striving to escape as best he could.

I had from the beginning cautions against forsaking in after-life the pulpit for any other post.

Because he happened to leave the house for a few hours, Maxence was surely not forsaking either his mother or his sister.