-nd adj. +forsaken by owner or keeper +free from constraint abandons|abandoned|abandoningə'bændən noun +the trait of lacking restraint or control; reckless freedom from inhibition or worry +a feeling of extreme emotional intensity verb +forsake, leave behind +stop maintaining or insisting on; of ideas or claims +give up with the intent of never claiming again +leave behind empty; move out of +leave someone who needs or counts on you; leave in the lurch
1 left alone, forlorn, forsaken, deserted, neglected; rejected, shunned, cast off or aside, jilted, dropped, outcast:
An abandoned infant was found on the church steps. Totally alone, she felt abandoned by her friends.
+adjective 1 left and no longer wanted, used or needed: an abandoned car / house + The child was found abandoned but unharmed. + There was an abandoned supermarket trolley in the middle of the road. 2 (written) (of people or their behaviour) wild; not following accepted standards
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