Origin of unforgettable
Related formsun·for·get·ta·ble·ness, nounun·for·get·ta·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for unforgettable
Acclaim ensued (then-New York magazine critic John Simon called it “unforgettable”) but no Broadway transfer.Michael Cera Brings ‘This Is Our Youth’ to Broadway After 18 Years|Tom Teodorczuk|September 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On one of those tours, I saw an unusual and, as it turned out, unforgettable room.Writing a Novel: Even Making It Up Requires Research|Ridley Pearson|July 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Rylance was unforgettable as the mordantly sly king in Richard III, giving a brilliant new twist to a classic role.
At their best—on Unforgettable Fire, Joshua Tree, Achtung Baby—U2 managed to satisfy both art and commerce.U2 Drops ‘Invisible’ to Remind You the Band Exists|Howard Wolfson|February 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He eventually left newspapers for evangelical work, but his reporting is unforgettable.
The bivouac was a complete success; all looked back upon it as an unforgettable experience.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
She stood and smiled that strange, unforgettable smile of hers; the smile that had its birth in unshed tears.At the Crossroads|Harriet T. Comstock
That was in many ways an unforgettable picnic; many were the unheard-of things carried out as soon as thought of.Missy|Dana Gatlin
Eat three bucketsful a day, she did, and (with a sense of unforgettable injury) mis'able little pegs she 'ad with it all!Mr. Punch's Country Life|Various
The English during the great retreat had rendered her unforgettable services.The Rough Road|William John Locke