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Tooby suah I ain't disremember dat ar knocker o' yourn—not oncet in twenty yeah.
THE OPEN QUESTIONELIZABETH ROBINS
Dont disremember to say something nice about his writin to tell yer if he gits safe home, and so, and so.
NELLY'S FIRST SCHOOLDAYSJOSEPHINE FRANKLIN
Ye disremember how shy she was, Olly, in them days, for ye was too young to notice.
GABRIEL CONROYBERT HARTE
Shure, dear, I do be havin so many worries that I disremember.
IN WILD ROSE TIMEAMANDA M. DOUGLAS
I can't—I disremember—what you said jus' now: ye mentioned the name o' that prodigal that was found.
TWO MEN OF SANDY BARBRET HARTE
Must have had one, of course; and it's so blessed long ago now I disremember what it was he put on the back of my shoulder.
CLEEK, THE MASTER DETECTIVETHOMAS W. HANSHEW
Wasn't thar an old man in the Bible—I disremember his name—that cussed one of his sons, and blessed t'other one?
THE NEW PENELOPE AND OTHER STORIES AND POEMSFRANCES FULLER VICTOR
Jest look down: thar's Gettysburg, thar's Cemetery Ridge: don't say ye disremember them!
ONE-ACT PLAYSVARIOUS
I disremember the name—'tis on my orders—but I know it's a long way up north.
THE FINDING OF HALDGRENCHARLES WILLARD DIFFIN
Maybe I did—maybe I didn't; I disremember thim little things.
THE MACDERMOTS OF BALLYCLORANANTHONY TROLLOPE

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