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abandoned

General Crossword Questions for “abandoned”

  • Deserted - shameless
  • Left base
  • Left Group One to feature in commercial
  • Finding a party about over, left
  • Left behind - a group badly done by
  • Given up as hopelessly wicked
  • Gave up and left
  • Deserted by Jack and done in
  • Given up as very wicked
  • A number of persons, badly done by, may to very wicked
  • A musical group has done badly, given up completely
  • Ended in a group that's dissolute
  • … from a group I'd given up and left
  • Left reprobate
  • Finished in a group left behind
  • Left group, one featured in commercial
  • Left group, one used in commercial
  • Kicked and left
  • Scrapped a prohibition order against two men
  • Deserted Group 1 in time
  • Completely irresponsible - left
  • Gave up - left
  • Gave up - left - being completely irresponsible

Encyclopedia

  • The term abandonment has a multitude of uses, legal and extra-legal. Abandonment in law, is the relinquishment or renunciation of an interest, claim, privilege, possession or right, especially with the intent of never again resuming or. — “Abandonment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • The Abandoned is a 2006 horror film about an American film producer who returns to her homeland, Russia, to discover the truth about her family history. [edit] Plot. A Russian peasant family is eating dinner when a truck stops in the front yard. — “The Abandoned (2006 film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • The Abandoned (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), an episode of the television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine The Abandoned (1955 film), the US title of the 1955 Italian war film Gli Sbandati. — “The Abandoned - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org

Quotations

  • It was abandoned as soon as tried, and he wore his grizzled hair cut short. — “Great expectations” by Charles Dickens
  • Floating on the waves we saw the abandoned boat, as for one instant it tossed and gaped beneath the ship's bows like a chip at the base of a cataract; and then the vast hull rolled over it, and it was seen no more till it came up weltering astern. — “Moby-Dick” by Herman Melville
  • When she thought of her son, and his future attitude to his mother, who had abandoned his father, she felt such terror at what she had done, that she could not face it; but, like a woman, could only try to comfort herself with lying assurances that everything would remain as it always had been, and that it was possible to forget the fearful question of how it would be with her son. — “Anna Karenina” by Leo Tolstoy
  • Seeing his boy dead, Kaundinya abandoned himself to despair, and grovelled in his distress upon the ground. — “Ramayana” by Valmiki
  • The good steed, grievously fatigued with so long a day's journey under a rider cased in mail, had no sooner found, by the slackened reins, that he was abandoned to his own guidance, than he seemed to assume new strength and spirit; and whereas, formerly he had scarce replied to the spur, otherwise than by a groan, he now, as if proud of the confidence reposed in him, pricked up his ears, and assumed, of his own accord, a more lively motion. — “Ivanhoe” by Sir Walter Scott
  • By the best of my calculation, that place where I now was must be that country which, lying between the Emperor of Morocco’s dominions and the negroes, lies waste and uninhabited, except by wild beasts; the negroes having abandoned it and gone farther south for fear of the Moors, and the Moors not thinking it worth inhabiting by reason of its barrenness; and indeed, both forsaking it because of the prodigious number of tigers, lions, leopards, and other furious creatures which harbour there; so that the Moors use it for their hunting only, where they go like an army, two or three thousand men at a time; and indeed for near a hundred miles together upon this coast we saw nothing but a waste, uninhabited country by day, and heard nothing but howlings and roaring of wild beasts by night. — “Robinson Crusoe” by Daniel Defoe

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