be left behind

See: lose
References in classic literature ?
Less exhaustively, but with much of the old exultation in her house, this was done for the last time, and then there was the bringing out of her own clothes, and the spreading of them upon the bed and the pleased fingering of them, and the consultations about which should be left behind.
God's mercy has already made sure that none of God's children will ever be left behind, none will be lost, none is forsaken; each one is precious.