- forget it,
- forget oneself,
Origin of forgetful
Examples from the Web for forgetful
No one would confuse him the taciturn, forgetful and vengeful Senate Majority Leader.
Dylan also appeared, at the first concert, as the harmonica soloist on “Forgetful Heart,” but in a wholly different register.
As for Pierre, he was now in his element, sniffing the battle like a young warhorse, and forgetful of the odds against him.The Raid From Beausejour; And How The Carter Boys Lifted The Mortgage|Charles G. D. Roberts
Is it not to-day a year ago that I came to live with my sister Ellen and you—you forgetful Schanvoch?The Casque's Lark|Eugne Sue
But by this time he knew beyond question that those who take the Left-hand Path are forgetful of all save themselves.A Son of Perdition|Fergus Hume
"This is more like it," said Mott, forgetful of the benefits of walking, as the horses started.Winning His "W"|Everett Titsworth Tomlinson
But she was soon to have trials of her own, which for the time being would make her forgetful of Dodger.Adrift in New York|Horatio Alger