The correct answer is abandon.
A. adopt in part
The correct answer is (C) To abandon, desert, break off from, renounce, reject, deny. Also, to withdraw one's help, friendship, or companionship from.
Forsake comes from Old English forsacan (for + sacan [dispute])
Examples of use:
- We cannot forsake the memory of our fallen comrades.
- He has Forsaken his country and relocated to one having a warmer climate.