View definitions for forget
verb as in not be able to remember
Yet one can almost forget there’s a pandemic going on in many parts of the continent.
That’s enough time to read the directions repeatedly, forget the paperwork on your kitchen table three times, and still manage to deliver it on your way to the grocery store with weeks to spare.
I think people forget sometimes that most of this legislative activity has been concentrated on public and, more specifically, on police use.
After all, if we put the consumer psychology lens in place, we mustn’t forget that people are more prone to evaluate essential and non-essential goods and services for daily use right now, showing more risk-aversion than usual.
You’re talking about people—many people—who didn’t have computers, forget about laptops.
The plan is to stretch it out as long as possible, then probably forget about it, and then suddenly remember it.
And for those on the Palestinian right who still dream of driving the Jews into the sea, they too can forget it.
But for those on the Israeli right who are hoping that this deferred dream will just fade away, they can forget it.
If we go another year without doing one people will just forget what it was.
Forget those silly “games played with the ball”; they are far “too violent for the body and stamp no character on the mind.”
On the morning after Ramona's disappearance, words had been spoken by each which neither would ever forget.
Alone Orlean lay trying vainly to forget something—something that stood like a spectre before her eyes.
Forget it not: for there is no returning, and thou shalt do him no good, and shalt hurt thyself.
She would never forget it; but realizing its gravity, she decided thereupon never to tell it—the dream—to anybody.
She would sometimes gather them passionately to her heart; she would sometimes forget them.
On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to forget, such as: blow, obliterate, clean forget, consign to oblivion, dismiss from mind, and disremember.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.