American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Earning a permanent place in the memory; memorable: an unforgettable experience.
- adj. Which is very difficult to forget
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Not forgettable; enduring in memory.
- adj. impossible to forget
“I'll keep a list of these things - of the things that people have said that they are looking for in a book they would describe as "unforgettable" - next to my computer, so that I can see them while I write, so that I can be reminded of what I am reaching for.”
“When recalling unforgettable characters, three films quickly come to mind.”
“This fabled location, best-known as the unforgettable exterior of William Castle's original HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL 1959, has been suffering some signs of age and erosion in recent years, but we found it everything we ever hoped it would be.”
“In other parts [words indistinct] upon inaugurating today the modern hospital in Contramaestre, the chief of the revolution recalled the unforgettable days in late December 1959 when the rebel columns under his command annihilated the tyranny's resistance in Palma Soriano and in”
“Such burials recall the unforgettable incident that occurred during the conveyance of one poor mangled body from the shore.”
“It recalled the unforgettable scenes of those last days -- that scene especially, at four o'clock in the evening on the first of August, when the crowd along the boulevard had suddenly seen the mobilization orders posted in the window of a newspaper office.”
“While we are looking, through the great black veil that the wind tears from the ground and dismisses into the sky, at the bearers who are putting down a stretcher, running to the place of the explosion and picking up something inert -- I recall the unforgettable scene when my brother-in-arms, Poterloo, whose heart was so full of hope, vanished with his arms outstretched in the flame of a shell.”
“A greater poet, WB Yeats, coined the unforgettable phrase "a terrible beauty".”
“Staring at the possibility of being on the wrong end of a come-from-behind victory, undefeated Enumclaw only had to recall the unforgettable emotions of losing in the state quarterfinals.”
“WB Yeats, coined the unforgettable phrase "a terrible beauty".”
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