forget

[ fer-get ]SEE DEFINITION OF forget

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"I should like to forget that you are my nephew," said the old man.

And you forget that—that devil—suppose she's as good as her threat?

They had talked afterward so feverishly, as if to forget their situation.

The past slid from him so easily, he forgot even to try to forget.

All your frien's may forget you, but Deff 'll nebber forget you.

I could not think of him without shuddering, and I endeavoured to forget him.

Other girls marry persons whom they do not love, and it helps them to forget.

Charlie, you seem to forget that we're talkin' about a man and a gun.

"But you forget where we are," answered the Man of Fancy, who overheard the remark.

You forget the nearest telegraph office is at Witherby, seven miles off.

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