For here forlorn and lost I tread.Goldsmith.
The condition of the besieged in the mean time was forlorn in the extreme.Prescott.
She cherished the forlorn hope that he was still living.Thomson.
Syn. Destitute, lost; abandoned; forsaken; solitary; helpless; friendless; hopeless; abject; wretched; miserable; pitiable.
Forced to live in Scotland a forlorn.Shak.
Our forlorn of horse marched within a mile of the enemy.Oliver Cromvell.
The form of his visage was changed.Dan. iii. 19.
And woven close close, both matter, form, and style.Milton.
Those whom form of lawsDryden.
Though well we may not pass upon his lifeShak.
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