Definition of forlorn:
isolated, unfrequented, woeful, lugubrious, longed-for, chill, brokenhearted, heartbroken, woebegone, disconsolate, desolate, saddened, desirable, full, blue, wanted, gray, happy, funereal, beat-up, sunless, crestfallen, morbid, solemn, down, somber, droopy, forsaken, dear, elegiac, darkening, hangdog, comfortless, sorrowful, dark, desired, godforsaken, heavyhearted, bereft, top, broken-down, plutonian, doleful, wretched, heartsore, low-spirited, down in the mouth, drear, mournful, alienated, black, low, sullen, tenebrous, hopeless, lonesome, down-at-heel, downcast, adrift, murky, sorry, unhappy, favored, cloudy, depressing, decrepit, friendless, inconsolable, pet, lorn, dire, estranged, creaky, saturnine, condemned, sepulchral, do for, cold, depressive, dreich, joyless, hope, heartsick, to die for, Cimmerian, alone, dilapidated, cast down, derelict, keep, bad, precious, beaten-up, tenebrific, melancholic.
- desolate (part of speech: adjective)
- pitiful (part of speech: adjective)
- hopeless (part of speech: adjective)
- "From Jest to Earnest", E. P. Roe.
- "Understood Betsy", Dorothy Canfield.
- "The Silent Places", Steward Edward White.