The people had heard of his fame as an editor of half-forgotten Roman authors.
The face of the strange woman was as the face of a half-forgotten friend.
Indeed, a woman usually stops an old and half-forgotten acquaintance, while men are accustomed to let such bygones go.
Old deities were half-forgotten, and forgotten deities were resuscitated.
Hence the invention known as a "new art," which always can be traced back to a half-forgotten one.
“Oh yes; but I had half-forgotten it in all this excitement,” said Cicely.
It was a satisfying sound, and Ransome smiled tightly, a half-forgotten oath of Darion on his lips.
Foreign dangers are half-forgotten as soon as they are past.
A half-forgotten dream, struggling to consciousness, staggered her by its vividness.
He was one of the half-forgotten heroes of the East India Company.