Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • That cannot be forgotten. Also spelled unforgettable.

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Examples

  • People need to leave the puns to the expertsUMFO - military- using it to complete "unforgetable"...

    The "Year" of the "Grad"

  • It was a difficult read for me, but the characters were unforgetable.

    Giving Up

  • And here, in the unforgetable crypts of man's unwritten history, unthinkable and unrealizable, like passages of nightmare or impossible adventures of lunacy, he encountered the monsters created of man's first morality that ever since have vexed him into the spinning of fantasies to elude them or do battle with them.

    LIKE ARGUS OF THE ANCIENT TIMES

  • Many made love-calls on their leader of old and unforgetable days, and Frederick sometimes was a witness to their meeting, and he marvelled anew at the mysterious charm in his brother that drew all men to him.

    BY THE TURTLES OF TASMAN

  • Anyway, so far it's a very unique experience that is unforgetable.

    In mexico!!

  • It suffers a bit from the bane of historical fiction -- you know how big events will turn out (such as the battle of Waterloo) -- but it's very inventive, and the opening scene, where gargoyles wake and reveal their secrets with terrible voices that sound like rocks grinding together, is unforgetable.

    What Books Will be the Fantasy Classics of the New Millennium?

  • Some people want to deny the past, and it's unforgetable shame.

    Worth Watching - June 28: Baseball Movie The Perfect Game « FirstShowing.net

  • That sudden vagueness, shiftiness ... unforgetable.

    All Roads Lead To ...

  • Common acts like the giving away of clothes become unforgetable experiences.

    Huitussi, Sinaloa, Mexico

  • Many thanks to Mrs. Greyhawk's Dawn Patrol at MilBlogs for the link to this story of a remarkable, unforgetable man.

    THE COST

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