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used in The God of Small Things

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sad, hopeless, pitiful and/or abandoned
  • She, a forlorn, stubby convict in striped pajamas and a Fountain in a Love-in-Tokyo.
    Chapter 4 (74% in)
  • Velutha put Rahel down, and she stood forlornly at the edge of the driveway, on the periphery of the Play, a Gnap looming large and nasty on her horizon.
    Chapter 8 (88% in)

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