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forsake
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The Fellowship of the Ring
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  • For the Elves of the High Kindred had not yet forsaken Middle-earth,
  • And even so he would never have just forsaken it, or cast it aside.
  • With that thought, I forsook the chase, and passed swiftly to Gondor.
  • ’I don’t know if the Road has ever been measured in miles beyond the Forsaken Inn, a day’s journey east of Bree,’ answered Strider.
  • It is certainly a troll-hole, but it seems to have been long forsaken.
  • But in Moria the burden of Gandalf had been laid on him; and he knew that he could not now forsake the Ring, if Frodo refused in the end to go with Boromir.
  • ’But you can’t leave poor old Bill behind in this forsaken place, Mr. Gandalf! ’ cried Sam, angry and distressed.
  • But you have not forsaken your companions, and the least reward that you shall have is that the memory of Lothlorien shall remain ever clear and unstained in your heart, and shall neither fade nor grow stale.
  • The Silmaril she bound on him and crowned him with the living light and dauntless then with burning brow he turned his prow; and in the night from Otherworld beyond the Sea there strong and free a storm arose, a wind of power in Tarmenel; by paths that seldom mortal goes his boat it bore with biting breath as might of death across the grey and long-forsaken seas distressed: from east to west he passed away.

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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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