abandoned

IPA: ʌbˈændʌnd

adjective

  • Having given oneself up to vice; immoral; extremely wicked, or sinning without restraint; irreclaimably wicked.
  • No longer maintained by its former owners, residents, or caretakers; forsaken, deserted.
  • Free from constraint; uninhibited.
  • (geology) No longer being acted upon by the geologic forces that formed it.

Examples of "abandoned" in Sentences

  • The island was abandoned.
  • The folks abandoned the area.
  • The monks abandoned the monastery.
  • The farm is abandoned and desolate.
  • Arsonists burned the abandoned structure.
  • We have what we call the abandoned swimming pools.
  • Ship was abandoned and the salvage was impracticable.
  • The construction of the second prototype was abandoned.
  • She explained the word abandoned had been removed from the announcement.
  • The coast guard abandoned the island a few years later, leaving the reindeers safe.
  • Neither was he totally hard and callous to impressions of religion, what we call abandoned; for he absolutely denied to curse
  • And so what happens to this group that I call the abandoned, is that they get shoved around and increasingly out into the inner suburbs and end up almost out of sight, out of mind.
  • As an atheist, I cannot speak to what he describes as his abandoned wife's ultimate destination, but I can tell how Wesley Smith consultant to the Center for Bioethics and Culture—whom I often consult on these bitterly controversial cases because of his carefully researched books and articles—describes death by dehydration.

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