No one could travel in Yorkshire, I think, without adding to his store of unforgotten hours.
For what she did during the war of 1877-78 is unforgotten, unforgettable, by her subjects.
It was a cry de profundis—laughable and half contemptible as it sounded, the echo from unforgotten depths of misery.
To have seen you and your unforgotten face, Brave as a blast of trumpets for the fray.
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.
The voice that was answering the servant was the unforgotten voice which she had heard at the Refuge.
A thousand years might pass, and you would find it unforgotten by me.
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.