Examples from the Web for forsakenness
A strange sense of loneliness, of forsakenness, took possession of his heart.As We Sweep Through The Deep|Gordon Stables
This sense of forsakenness seems to have had some mysterious connection with the pains of death.Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of Matthew|John Monro Gibson
We drive in—into all this silence, this—this 'forsakenness,' this dream of a world between her lights of day and night time.
At the beginning we have an imitation of the Ossianic mood of forsakenness and wildness.Ossian in Germany|Rudolf Tombo
I was struck with the exceeding loneliness and forsakenness of this spot.Letters from Switzerland|Samuel Irenus Prime
British Dictionary definitions for forsakenness
Word Origin and History for forsakenness
mid-13c., past participle adjective from forsake. Related: Forsakenly.