How can the word forlorn be used in a sentence? i know it is an adjective but i hardly see it being used in a passage and really do not how to use it. How can it be used correctly in a sentence to depict its meaning?
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The puppy lay in the ditch with a forlorn look on it's face.
The forlorn puppy was in a ditch
and to depict the meaning of forlorn
It looked like the puppy had been in the ditch for a while, he was lost, sad, lonely, totally without hope and utterly forlorn, I expect he would have just lain down to die had I not picked him up.