forsake

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.

Abscond vs Forsake - What's the difference?

abscond | forsake |


As verbs the difference between abscond and forsake

is that abscond is (intransitive|reflexive|archaic) to hide, to be in hiding or concealment while forsake is to abandon, to give up, to leave (permanently) , to renounce.

Forsake vs Fail - What's the difference?

forsake | fail | Synonyms |

Forsake is a synonym of fail.


As a verb forsake

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

As a noun fail is

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