Definition of abandoned :
1. Forsaken, deserted.
2. of Abandon
3. Self- abandoned, or given up to vice; extremely wicked, or sinning without restraint; irreclaimably wicked ; as, an abandoned villain.
wedded, devoted, unconstrained, remiss, solitary, wanton, lewd, immoral, addicted, hopeless, ungoverned, bedraggled, empty, disposed, adrift, uninhibited, given, given over, run-down, mournful, dilapidated, desperate, cast away, doomed, restraint, debased, licentious, cast aside, decrepit, derelict, accustomed, used, broken-down, flea-bitten, inclined, neglected, bereft, profligate, unrestrained, lost, delinquent, repudiated, dissolute, alone, prone, rakish, uncontrolled, tumble-down, unbridled, fast, inhabited, wild, keep, tatterdemalion, creaky, dissipated, habituated, cast off, neglectful, vacant, unfortunate, friendless, helpless, woebegone, desolate, lorn, attached, gay, incontinent, wicked, ramshackle
departed (part of speech: verb)
abandoned (part of speech: verb)
renounced (part of speech: verb)
disused (part of speech: adjective)
relinquished (part of speech: verb)
gave up (part of speech: verb)
gave up, given up
ceased (part of speech: verb)
rejected (part of speech: verb)
jilted, disapproved, culled, eliminated, snipped, drained, excreted, chopped, denied, oppugned, exuded, excised, blacklisted, ejected, emitted, spewed, barred, curtailed, discharged, belched, jettisoned, trashed, discarded, scrapped, excluded, disallowed, ejaculated, exhausted, scraped, shedded, disgorged, vomited, cropped, sniped, seeped, secreted, checked, erupted, sheared, lopped, blackballed, deep-sixed, junked, clipped, cut, vented, shed, disclaimed
desolate (part of speech: adjective)
resigned (part of speech: verb)
- A longing suddenly rose in his heart to take up the work he had abandoned so many years before. - "If Any Man Sin", H. A. Cody.
- While there is a disposition to seek grace all are invited to come; but when salvation by Christ is abandoned, there is no other refuge, although sought with tears. - "The Works of John Bunyan Volume 3", John Bunyan.
- He abandoned his intention at once. - "The Obstacle Race", Ethel M. Dell.