Meaning of forsakenness in English:

forsakenness

Pronunciation /fəˈseɪk(ə)nnɪs/

noun

See forsaken

‘Gregarious from the start, the only time he is alone is in his death, the awfulness of which is an enforced loneliness and forsakenness without any way of a transcendent escape.’
  • ‘And for the most part societies and, indeed, entire cultures have disapproved of that kind of story which offers an unalleviated picture of human forsakenness.’
  • ‘Into the dark and unfriendly ocean of forsakenness my spirit sank in despair as my shattered life lay before my eyes like a horror too incomprehensible to understand.’
  • ‘They allow us to shout out our forsakenness in the dark caverns of abandonment.’
  • ‘There is much to convince us of the desolation and forsakenness of life.’