Definitions for orphaned

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. orphaned(adj)

    deprived of parents by death or desertion

Wiktionary

  1. orphaned(Adjective)

    Abandoned

    I found an orphaned project, half-completed before its author quit, and decided to finish it.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Eugene Botkin:

    This vindicates my last decision ... when I unhesitatingly orphaned my own children in order to carry out my physician's duty to the end, as Abraham did not hesitate at God's demand to sacrifice his only son.

  2. Liu Huizhen:

    Little Hong simply wouldn't leave, and said that Little Hong'd regret it if leaves. Little Hong says Little Hong doesn't want( to leave) even if all the money in the world is given to Little Hong, Little Hong only wants Little Hong parents, these boys are going to be orphaned, with no-one to take care of them.

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