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Deep BetrayalPlay
Forsaking someone often implies a deep sense of betrayal, especially if there's a strong relationship. SlideWhen he forsook his family, they felt deeply hurt and betrayed.
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Strong CommitmentPlay
It's usually used for abandoning serious commitments or responsibilities, not trivial ones. SlideThe captain wouldn't forsake his crew, even in the face of danger.
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Negative EmotionPlay
The word carries a heavy emotional weight, suggesting sadness and somberness. SlideSpectators were shocked when the athlete forsook the match for unknown reasons.