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used in Atlas Shrugged

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to abandon or give up on — such as someone who needs you, or an idea, or a place
  • I didn't know that when you swore to forsake all others, it didn't include blast furnaces.
    1.10 Part 1 Chapter 10 — Wyatt's Torch (35% in)
  • Rearden, that evening, his coat collar raised, his hat slanted low over his eyes, the snow drifts rising to his knees, was tramping through an abandoned open-pit coal mine, in a forsaken corner of Pennsylvania, supervising the loading of pirated coal upon the trucks which he had provided.
    2.5 Part 2 Chapter 5 — Account Overdrawn (16% in)
  • Actually, he was the son of a gas-station mechanic at some forsaken crossroads in Ohio, and he had left home at the age of twelve to make his own way-but I've always thought of him as if he had come into the world like Minerva, the goddess of wisdom, who sprang forth from Jupiter's head, fully grown and fully armed...... I remember the day when I saw the three of them for the first time.
    3.2 Part 3 Chapter 2 — The Utopia of Greed (54% in)

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