- adj. Not forgetting.
- un- + forgetting (Wiktionary)
“God the unforgetting, the dear God that loves the peoples”
“I am just biologically and genetically a petty, unsympathetic, unforgiving, unforgetting girl who holds a grudge with a death-grip like Kenny Rogers holds onto four of a kind.”
“And a boquet of Sage and Forget-me-nots, to remind them that Karma is knowing and unforgetting.”
“Then the unforgetting and universal Sovereign will avenge all the forgotten of his people, nor leave unpunished one among the tallest and mightiest of his enemies.”
“Come in and set," invited the head of the household, with the mountaineer's unforgetting hospitality.”
“He has no memory for Dick's offences or Jack's or David's; but Dick and Jack and David are unforgetting, and the girls sniff unutterable holiness and contempt.”
“Then I pitied my hero, the wandering soldier, so much alone, so eager, and unforgetting, till I felt the tears in my eyes as I imaged his hopeless longing.”
“Far scattered are her sons, but they have the homing heart, and unforgetting cronies wait to welcome them.”
“The better boy, easily moved, that might become anything, mercurial and volatile, "most ignorant of what he's most assured," reflects on his face the pleasure of having his picture taken, and smiles good-humoredly, standing in this worst of pillories, to be pelted along a lifetime with unforgetting and unforgiving glances.”
“Yet for all this, his art is weaker far than Necessity, whereof the controllers are Fate and the unforgetting Furies.”
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