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crèche a home for abandoned infants and very young children. [1/3 definitions]
derelict abandoned, usu. because of failure to function. [2/4 definitions]
forsaken abandoned; desolate; deserted. [1/2 definitions]
foundling a child or infant abandoned by unidentified parents and found by someone else.
ghost town a town that has been completely abandoned, esp. a former boom town of the American West.
hulk a bulky shell of a ship, either old and unseaworthy or abandoned to other uses. [1/3 definitions]
jetsam discarded or abandoned objects generally; litter. [1/3 definitions]
lorn esp. in literature, deprived, abandoned, or forlorn.
orphan any person or animal that is without parents, abandoned, or otherwise left without nurture or support. [1/5 definitions]
orphanage an institution where orphans and abandoned children are housed and cared for.
reconvert to change back to a previously held but abandoned belief, status, or character.
Romulus in Roman legend, the founder of Rome, who, along with his twin brother Remus, had been abandoned as an infant and had survived by suckling a wolf.
shelter a place specifically established as a safe, temporary residence for homeless or abused persons, abandoned animals, or others in need of protection. [1/7 definitions]
waif a homeless or friendless person, esp. an orphaned or abandoned child. [2 definitions]