Thesaurus / unremembered

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England has never let a great achievement go unnoted, or unremembered.

Nasby in ExileDavid R. Locke

She was rather grayer and had in her face some unremembered lines, but those were the only changes George could detect.

The Guarded HeightsWadsworth Camp

At other times, a memory may lay dormant and unremembered, leaving no apparent gap, until a tag of some kind brings it up.

Anything You Can DoGordon Randall Garrett

It is to that unremembered chaos that German ideas of life have reduced the world.

Letters from FranceC. E. W. Bean

The street through which he walked was like an unremembered dream.

She died on the 18th of July, 1817, and was buried in Winchester Cathedral, where she lies not unremembered.

A Book of SibylsAnne Thackeray (Mrs. Richmond Ritchie)

I knew not what they were, whether forgotten gods or unremembered kings.

It is a place to remain unloved, unhonored, and unremembered.

The Car That Went AbroadAlbert Bigelow Paine

These little acts of unremembered kindness are what one needs after a couple of hours in extra pupil-room.

MikeP. G. Wodehouse

Drunk with the blood lust of an unremembered past for the moment he was only a savage like them.

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