What is the opposite of forsake?

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Opposite of to cause to remain behind
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Opposite of to abandon, to give up, to leave (permanently), to renounce
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Opposite of to let someone down by abandoning or neglecting them
“Chase your dreams! We will always be here to support you.”
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Opposite of to cause to remain behind
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Opposite of to abandon in a remote, desolate place, as on a deserted island
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Opposite of to cause to remain behind
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Opposite of to show unwillingness to accept, do, engage in, or agree to
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(of a person or object) Opposite of to leave behind
“Joe would advise his brother to abandon his mistress if he wants to continue with Agnus.”
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Opposite of to solemnly renounce (a belief, cause, or claim)
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Opposite of to fall short in satisfying the expectation or hope of
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Opposite of to cease to perform a specified action
“After fully recovering from tendonitis, I could continue running as I did before.”
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(of a place or location) Opposite of to go or get away from
“When I arrive, I will take you away from your suffering.”
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Opposite of to part with a possession or right
“Despite your continued insistence, I must reserve my precious time for use on more pressing matters.”
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Opposite of put behind you
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Opposite of to keep or withhold oneself from something
“While I was on holiday, I would indulge in plenty of delicious desserts.”
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Opposite of to stop attending or belonging to a particular organization or institution
“Instead of looking for work, Gary decided he would stay in university to do a post-graduate course.”
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Opposite of to shun, to shy away from
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Opposite of to be unfaithful or disloyal to
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Opposite of to show an unwillingness to accept or engage with someone or something
“Don't change yourself because I accept you the way you are.”
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Opposite of to get rid of (something undesirable or no longer required)
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Opposite of stop oneself from doing something
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Opposite of to give up or hand over (a person, right, or possession), typically on compulsion or demand
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Opposite of to fail to care for or attend to something
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Opposite of to cause people to leave a building or place
“When you hear the alarm, stay in the building until further instruction.”
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