The mother's heart was touched, and she forgot all her forebodings.
The past slid from him so easily, he forgot even to try to forget.
I had forgot the pasty, and it will be as scorched as Judas Iscariot!
He forgot that humble worship was not the way to win a high-spirited girl.
I had forgot there were three Diné at Ty-uonyi; the third had been under the rock drinking.
And a boy and a girl By the lake-side did sit, And because they forgot it, It hurt not a bit.
For an instant John Porter forgot all about Lucretia and her troubles.
It was easy to see that she was not a musician; but, as she forgot her listeners, we forgot everything but her.
Then he forgot that the weight of a kingdom rested upon his shoulders.
But Jim had clean lost his head, and said he had forgot how.