forgotten

[ fer-got-n ]
/ fərˈgɒt n /

verb

a past participle of forget.

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OTHER WORDS FROM forgotten

half-for·got·ten, adjectivequa·si-for·got·ten, adjectiveun·for·got·ten, adjectivewell-for·got·ten, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for half-forgotten (1 of 2)

half-forgotten

adjective

having been nearly forgottena half-forgotten dream

British Dictionary definitions for half-forgotten (2 of 2)

forgotten
/ (fəˈɡɒtən) /

verb

a past participle of forget
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