Sentences with abandonment
- ...memories of her father's complete abandonment of her. [+ of]
- Constant rain forced the abandonment of the next day's competitions. [+ of]
- As Summers rages against the abandonment of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission she should realise that this body has become.
- Both films deal with real and imagined parent-child relationships, putting special emphasis on what you might call abandonment issues.
- ...the government's abandonment of the policy.
- To what are we reserved? An adequate compensation "for the sacrifice of powers the most nearly connected with us;"— an adequate compensation "for the direct or indirect annexation to France ot all the ports of the continent, from Dunkirk to Hamburgh;"— an adequate compensation "for the abandonment of the independence of Europe!"
- Scientists, Historians, and Archeologists still have not determined the reasons behind the abandonment of this once great civilization.
- This self- abandonment is a major cause fear, anxiety, and depression.
- Since he left her, she's suing him for divorce on grounds of abandonment.
- High-profile abandonments are harder to infiltrate for urban explorers due to their heightened security.
- This false image can contribute to feelings of abandonment for patients with depression when the support they need is not forthcoming.
- Safe Haven laws were enforced to prevent infant abandonment and infanticide.
- Roger, in terms of the strengths he brought to the band, was wild abandonment. So if Howard was in the pocket, Roger was bouncing off the walls, and Nancy was somewhere in the middle.
- To abandon one's farm; to abandon a child; to abandon a sinking ship.
- To abandon a research project; to abandon hopes for a stage career.
- To abandon a city to an enemy army.
- To abandon oneself to grief.