You see, Uncle Paul, you are growing old and forgetful, and might lock me in again.
In case I was forgetful, please let me impress the fact upon you now.
The horror of it all was too much for her; in her great dread and sorrow she was forgetful of all beside.
And again, if he is forgetful and retains nothing of what he learns, will he not be an empty vessel?
He proved this by wasting no time in telling the forgetful Jackson what he thought of him.
And often, forgetful of measure and order, he will express not that which is truest, but that which is strongest.
His Royal Highness is not forgetful of the duties of his position.
You're growing old and forgetful, so don't get foolish and flighty.
"Mr.———-" Here Lord Netherby hesitated, forgetful of his name.
But these modern coryphées of Rieka and Dalmatia are so forgetful.