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forsake
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A Midsummer Night's Dream
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  • The shallowest thickskin of that barren sort Who Pyramus presented in their sport, Forsook his scene and enter’d in a brake; When I did him at this advantage take, An ass’s nowl I fix’d on his head; Anon, his Thisbe must be answered, And forth my mimic comes.

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  • The country must reject and forsake terrorism.
  • With only twelve, the boldest and the best,
    I seek the adventure, and forsake the rest.
    Homer  --  The Odyssey

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