disremember

[dis-ri-mem-ber]
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Origin of disremember

First recorded in 1805–15; dis-1 + remember
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Examples from the Web for disremember

Historical Examples of disremember

  • I disremember just how fur that last stop is from the Crick, but I think it's betwixt 25 and 30 mile.

  • Sussex people also, I might add, "disremember," as Huck Finn used to do.

  • Really, Mr. Little, I was so scared last night that I disremember.

    The Wit of Women

    Kate Sanborn

  • It's a long time ago, and if I were there at all, I disremember it.

    The Landleaguers

    Anthony Trollope

  • "I hear 'em say, but I disremember," answered July with seeming sincerity.

    Captain Ted

    Louis Pendleton


British Dictionary definitions for disremember

disremember

verb
  1. informal, mainly US to fail to recall (someone or something)
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Word Origin and History for disremember
v.

1815, American English colloquialism, from dis- + remember.

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