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godforsaken

[ god-fer-sey-kuhn, god-fer-sey- ]
/ ˈgɒd fərˌseɪ kən, ˌgɒd fərˈseɪ- /
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adjective (sometimes initial capital letter)
desolate; remote; deserted: They live in some godforsaken place 40 miles from the nearest town.
wretched; neglected; pitiable.
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Origin of godforsaken

First recorded in 1855–60; God + forsaken
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British Dictionary definitions for godforsaken

godforsaken
/ (ˈɡɒdfəˌseɪkən, ˌɡɒdfəˈseɪkən) /

adjective (sometimes capital)
(usually prenominal) desolate; dreary; forlorn
wicked
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