forsake

Banish vs Forsake - What's the difference?

banish | forsake |


As verbs the difference between banish and forsake

is that banish is (label) to send someone away and forbid that person from returning while forsake is to abandon, to give up, to leave (permanently) , to renounce.

Estrange vs Forsake - What's the difference?

estrange | forsake |


As verbs the difference between estrange and forsake

is that estrange is to cause to feel less close or friendly; alienate to cease contact with (particularly of a family member or spouse, especially in form estranged) while forsake is to abandon, to give up, to leave (permanently) , to renounce.

Jettison vs Forsake - What's the difference?

jettison | forsake |


As verbs the difference between jettison and forsake

is that jettison is to eject from a boat, submarine, aircraft, spaceship or hot-air balloon, so as to lighten the load while forsake is to abandon, to give up, to leave (permanently) , to renounce.

As a noun jettison

is (uncountable) collectively, items that have been or are about to be ejected from a boat or balloon.

Forsake vs Surround - What's the difference?

forsake | surround |


As verbs the difference between forsake and surround

is that forsake is to abandon, to give up, to leave (permanently) , to renounce while surround is (label) to encircle something or simultaneously extend in all directions.

As a noun surround is

(british) anything, such as a fence or border, that surrounds something.

Forsake vs Bend - What's the difference?

forsake | bend |


As verbs the difference between forsake and bend

is that forsake is to abandon, to give up, to leave (permanently) , to renounce while bend is to cause (something) to change its shape into a curve, by physical force, chemical action, or any other means .

As a noun bend is

a curve.

Forsake vs Disert - What's the difference?

forsake | disert |


As a verb forsake

is to abandon, to give up, to leave (permanently) , to renounce.

As an adjective disert is

(obsolete) eloquent.

Forsake vs Waive - What's the difference?

forsake | waive |


As verbs the difference between forsake and waive

is that forsake is to abandon, to give up, to leave (permanently) , to renounce while waive is (obsolete) to outlaw (someone) or waive can be (obsolete) to move from side to side; to sway.

As a noun waive is

(obsolete|legal) a woman put out of the protection of the law; an outlawed woman or waive can be .

Forsake vs Requite - What's the difference?

forsake | requite | Related terms |

Forsake is a related term of requite.


As verbs the difference between forsake and requite

is that forsake is to abandon, to give up, to leave (permanently) , to renounce while requite is to return in kind; to repay; to recompense; to reward.

Relent vs Forsake - What's the difference?

relent | forsake |


As verbs the difference between relent and forsake

is that relent is to become less severe or intense; to become less hard, harsh, or cruel; to soften in temper; to become more mild and tender; to feel compassion while forsake is to abandon, to give up, to leave (permanently) , to renounce.

As a noun relent

is stay; stop; delay.

Adhere vs Forsake - What's the difference?

adhere | forsake |


As verbs the difference between adhere and forsake

is that adhere is while forsake is to abandon, to give up, to leave (permanently) , to renounce.

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