[fawr-sey-kuh n] /fɔrˈseɪ kən/
past participle of .
deserted; abandoned; forlorn:
an old, forsaken farmhouse.
the past participle of forsake
completely deserted or helpless; abandoned
mid-13c., past participle adjective from forsake. Related: Forsakenly.
- For serious
adjective phrase : He was for serious but she wasn’t adverb phrase Seriously; with a sober intent: The Yanks took the field for serious [1950s+; perhaps based on for real]
[fawr-set-ee] /ˈfɔr sɛt i/ noun, Scandinavian Mythology. 1. the god of justice, the son of Balder and Nanna.
- For shit
adverb phrase At all; in the least degree; TO SAVE one’s NECK, Worth a Damn: They can’t drive for shit (1940s+)
- For show
For the sake of appearances or display. For example, They put on a lavish buffet, mainly for show, or The police pretended to jail the informer, for show. [ c. 1700 ]