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Tagovailoa is making it easy to forget his mere presence is an accomplishment.

It’s easy to forget that everyone is still prey to all the normal ills of life — in addition to the coronavirus.

Congratulations if you can keep a straight face while answering, “I’m so sorry, but I’m no longer available, I just forgot to take down my profile.”

Refrigerator water filters“When you’re used to simply walking over to the fridge to fill up a glass of water, it’s easy to forget that there’s a filter in there that will need to be changed,” Berliet says.

“Valhalla” treads familiar ground, but with greater ambition and without forgetting its past.

Again, forgetting about the owners and everything they did, I was in love with The Source.

It begins with forgetting lines in lectures and losing track of where she is on a jog, and gets worse.

But there is a way to trick yourself into forgetting all that.

The recent Superman and Batman film franchises have both suffered for forgetting this.

And so here we are again, in the land of conservative forgetting.

We got off our horses and stooped over the man, forgetting for the moment that danger might lurk in the surrounding thicket.

There, amid the deep silence of the listening centuries, he would find peace; forgetting himself a moment, he might find—strength.

And then at last the man himself took to forgetting the imaginary writer and poured out words of love, warm, true, and passionate.

Gwynne had exclaimed, in agony, and forgetting the awful figure on the bed in his alarm at the sight of his grandfather's face.

He had been momentarily forgetting care; was speaking gaily to his wife as they entered.


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On this page you'll find 97 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to forgetting, such as: blind, deaf, inattentive, unconcerned, unfamiliar, and uninformed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.