• (adj): Left desolate or empty.
    Example: "An abandoned child"; "an abandoned shack"
    Synonyms: deserted
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on abandoned:

South Carolina World War II Army Airfields - Minor Airfields
... of Charleston Auxiliary fighter pilot training field Abandoned 1983 Manning Airfield, 1.7 miles (2.7 km) south of Allendale Undetermined usage by AAF ...
Los Abandoned (EP)
... Los Abandoned is the self-titled EP by the alternative rock band Los Abandoned. ...
Lemoore Army Airfield - History
36.22000°N 119.98889°W / 36.22000 -119.98889 (abandoned, now farmland) Huron Field (A-2) 36°13′21″N 120°02′22″W / 36.22250°N 120.03944°W / 36.22250 -120.03944 (abandoned, now ...
Los Angeles Resistance Cell (V Series) - Bases
... Club Creole/The Hideout (destroyed) Lighthouse Base (abandoned) Research Center Disused film set (abandoned) Downtown jail (abandoned) San Pedro Municipal Building (abandoned) ...
Samak Sundaravej - Political Career - 2008 Political Crisis - Abandoned
... Embattled Samak abandoned his bid to regain his Thailand Prime Minister post, and Teerapon Noprampa said Samak would also give up the ruling People's Power Party (PPP ...

More definitions of "abandoned":

  • (adj): No longer inhabited.
    Example: "Weed-grown yard of an abandoned farmhouse"
  • (adj): Free from constraint.
    Example: "An abandoned sadness born of grief"- Liam O'Flaherty

Famous quotes containing the word abandoned:

    In 1845 he built himself a small framed house on the shores of Walden Pond, and lived there two years alone, a life of labor and study. This action was quite native and fit for him. No one who knew him would tax him with affectation. He was more unlike his neighbors in his thought than in his action. As soon as he had exhausted himself that advantages of his solitude, he abandoned it.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    There is nothing holy nor sacred to those who have abandoned God and reason in order to follow their perverse desires.
    François Rabelais (1494–1553)

    Old and abandoned by each venal friend,
    Here H[olland] took the pious resolution
    To smuggle some few years and strive to mend
    A broken character and constitution.
    Thomas Gray (1716–1771)