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forlorn
used in The Great Gatsby

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Definition
sad, hopeless and/or abandoned
  • This was a forlorn hope — he was almost sure that Wilson had no friend: there was not enough of him for his wife.
    p. 159.4
forlorn = sad, hopeless and/or abandoned
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