from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- intransitive verb To be unable to remember (something).
- intransitive verb To treat with thoughtless inattention; neglect.
- intransitive verb To leave behind unintentionally.
- intransitive verb To fail to mention.
- intransitive verb To banish from one's thoughts.
- intransitive verb Informal To disregard on purpose. Usually used in the imperative.
- intransitive verb To cease remembering.
- intransitive verb To fail or neglect to become aware at the proper or specified moment.
- idiom (forget (oneself)) To lose one's reserve, temper, or self-restraint.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In glove-making, same as
- To lose, temporarily or permanently, the power of recalling to consciousness (something once known or thought of); permit to pass, for a time or forever, from the mind; cease or fail to remember.
- Figuratively, to overlook or neglect in any way; fail to take thought of; lose care for.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb To lose the remembrance of; to let go from the memory; to cease to have in mind; not to think of; also, to lose the power of; to cease from doing.
- transitive verb To treat with inattention or disregard; to slight; to neglect.
- transitive verb To be guilty of what is unworthy of one; to lose one's dignity, temper, or self-control.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb transitive To
- verb transitive To
unintentionallynot do, neglect.
- verb intransitive To
- verb slang
euphemismfor fuck, screw(a mild oath).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- verb be unable to remember
- verb leave behind unintentionally
- verb dismiss from the mind; stop remembering
- verb forget to do something
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
It threatened even to make him _forget_ that he was for the moment Smarlinghue -- forget what, as Smarlinghue,
I never thought I would agree with a Keynesian like Paul Krugeman but his op-ed today Forgive in forget is an important read that many have already dsicussed.
What the republicans seem to "forget" is that 1.3 million jobs were lost during the last year of the Bush administration.
While Palin points to some things that could be debated further (maybe changed, maybe not), the point she and most people forget is one point of which I had to remind a politician a short while ago.
It's easy for us civilians to sit on our butts and criticize him for not immediately sending more troops, but what some seem to forget is that many of our troops are already serving their 3rd, 4th, even 5th tours in Iraq & Afghanistan.
What a lot of conservatives forget is that their answer and the libertarian answer is not quite the same; once a conservative is convinced that government intervention is acceptable or even laudable he will enthusiastically support it*.
And what a lot of libertarians forget is that while “No” and “Probably not” are not quite the same, “No” and “Yes” will never be the same; even in places where the results would be the same the process is significantly different**.
What most also forget is that taxpayers are already paying for the medical expenses of the uninsured through higher insurance premiums (some can't afford it, some can't even get insured due to pre existing conditions).
Which you yet again forget I'm quite happy with in a fundamental sense. olegt,
I forget, is Palin a person or a cartoon character? ib
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