forgotten[ fer-got-n ]SEE DEFINITION OF forgotten
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORGOTTEN
In the midst of this generosity, the services of Geta and Milza were not forgotten.
He tried to recall some forgotten detail of the business that might serve to occupy him.
Some books were in frequent use, but others were not forgotten.
His name, once the most familiar, was forgotten in the list of American bards.
It was not in Vavasor's usual taste: he had forgotten his best manners.
He had forgotten it was not to him his soul had clung, but to the father of both.
She had been summoned to the last meal of the day, but had forgotten the summons.
He had forgotten for the moment that anybody was listening to him, save the two readers.
His hate was forgotten now in an emotion still deeper, and he turned to Mary.
It is as if Antony were forgotten, clean wiped from her mind.