The blood, that had forsaken
her astonished face, rushed as quickly back.
Such had been the state and condition of the little shop in old Hepzibah's childhood, when she and her brother used to play at hide-and-seek in its forsaken
As soon as I appeared in the moonlight on the terrace, he had come to me as straight as possible; on which I had taken his hand without a word and led him, through the dark spaces, up the staircase where Quint had so hungrily hovered for him, along the lobby where I had listened and trembled, and so to his forsaken
It was a wild, forsaken
road, now winding through dreary pine barrens, where the wind whispered mournfully, and now over log causeways, through long cypress swamps, the doleful trees rising out of the slimy, spongy ground, hung with long wreaths of funeral black moss, while ever and anon the loathsome form of the mocassin snake might be seen sliding among broken stumps and shattered branches that lay here and there, rotting in the water.
Also, I believed that the world was not flat, and hadn't pillars under it to sup- port it, nor a canopy over it to turn off a universe of water that occupied all space above; but as I was the only person in the kingdom afflicted with such impious and criminal opinions, I recognized that it would be good wisdom to keep quiet about this matter, too, if I did not wish to be suddenly shunned and forsaken
by everybody as a madman.
It was the strain of a forsaken
lady, who, after bewailing the perfidy of her lover, calls pride to her aid; desires her attendant to deck her in her brightest jewels and richest robes, and resolves to meet the false one that night at a ball, and prove to him, by the gaiety of her demeanour, how little his desertion has affected her.
I felt that God had forsaken
the stray sheep there to its own wicked wanderings, and an evil beast prowled between it and the fold, waiting his time to spring and destroy.
He felt as if he were being drawn back to the place he had so long forsaken
, and he did not know why.
Long miles of road then opened out before my mind; and, toiling on, I saw a ragged way-worn boy, forsaken
and neglected, who should come to call even the heart now beating against mine, his own.
Such colloquies have occupied many a pair of pale-faced weavers, whose unnurtured souls have been like young winged things, fluttering forsaken
in the twilight.
Now my heart went out to Nada as she stood in the moonlight, one forsaken
, not having where to lay her head, Nada, who alone was left alive of all my children.
No portents now our foes amaze, Forsaken
Israel wanders lone; Our fathers would not know =Thy= ways, And =Thou= hast left them to their own.