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[fer-got-n] /fərˈgɒt n/
a past participle of forget.
Related forms
half-forgotten, adjective
quasi-forgotten, adjective
unforgotten, adjective
well-forgotten, adjective Unabridged
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  • No one could travel in Yorkshire, I think, without adding to his store of unforgotten hours.

    Motor tours in Yorkshire Mrs. Rodolph Stawell
  • For what she did during the war of 1877-78 is unforgotten, unforgettable, by her subjects.

    Pilgrim Sorrow Carmen Sylva
  • It was a cry de profundis—laughable and half contemptible as it sounded, the echo from unforgotten depths of misery.

    Java, Facts and Fancies Augusta de Wit
  • To have seen you and your unforgotten face, Brave as a blast of trumpets for the fray.

    Poems G.K. Chesterton
  • Her hand went out as though to touch him, in an unforgotten gesture.

  • As we stood at the knee of some unforgotten mother, so other children stand.

    A Little Book for Christmas Cyrus Townsend Brady
  • The voice that was answering the servant was the unforgotten voice which she had heard at the Refuge.

    The New Magdalen Wilkie Collins
  • A thousand years might pass, and you would find it unforgotten by me.

    Woman in the Nineteenth Century Margaret Fuller Ossoli
  • These words sounded in the ears of the people, already terrified by the unforgotten voice of Savonarola, like a trump of doom.

  • They would have seen a man thinking of something once dear to him, in the far and unforgotten past.

    Heart and Science Wilkie Collins
British Dictionary definitions for unforgotten


a past participle of forget
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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Word Origin and History for unforgotten



early 15c., past participle adjective from forget.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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