Orphan in a sentence as a noun

Well, you know what they say: failure is an orphan.

Pleading to the court for mercy on grounds of being an orphan is chutzpah.

Other terms are "orphan planets" and "rogue planets".

50 orphan girls were singing while beating the rhythm on whatever they had at hand.

Have mercy upon a wretched orphan, who is in trouble [and] suffering.

" [1].The star equivalent to these orphan planets are called, well, orphan stars.

Orphan in a sentence as a verb

FFS, they don't even seem to have proper support for custom paragraph styles, widow/orphan control, etc.

However, this suspicious orphan blog post has my BS antennae throwing out sparks.

Apparently The Register feels as though the standard created for what constitutes an orphan work is too low.

I wanted to be like an orphan who had bummed around the country on trains and just arrived out of nowhere, with no roots, no connections, no background.

Apparently, the estimated number of orphan planets is "100,000 per star in the galaxy!

Touch social spending and the cool people will call you a heartless bastard who cackles at the sight of starving widows in between gulps of baby orphan blood.

Orphan definitions


a child who has lost both parents


someone or something who lacks support or care or supervision


the first line of a paragraph that is set as the last line of a page or column


a young animal without a mother


deprive of parents