unforgettable

[ uhn-fer-get-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF unforgettable

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After that inimitable, unforgettable "Jamais, jamais, jamais!"

It was the longest ride she had ever taken, and that of itself would have made it unforgettable.

A stir on the road made me look up—and then I saw my unforgettable Englishman.

This is the real object-lesson of this war, its unforgettable information.

Where is he now—the unknown, the unnameable, the unforgettable ideal?

It was an unforgettable experience, like a narrow escape from lynching.

And at this time she dreamed dreams of him, vivid, unforgettable.

It was a silver chamfered lozenge, conspicuous and unforgettable.

November 5th is a day unforgettable: but anterior to that, what can we do?

He rose courteously and gave me his hand, and a glance that is unforgettable.

WORD ORIGIN

1806, from un- (1) "not" + forgetable (see forget). Related: Unforgettably.

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