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  • adv. In an unmemorable manner.

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  • adv. in an unmemorable manner


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unmemorable +‎ -ly


  • Training their eyes on the unmemorably named star 1RXS J160929.1-210524, about 470 light years away, he and his team snap the image of a massive planet about eight times larger than Jupiter.

    It's Crowded Out There

  • John Lee Beatty has created a happily if unmemorably old-fashioned set for this happily old-fashioned show, a static background of very stagy green, rolling hills.

    Crazytown, Missitucky

  • Village Voice: The Princess and the Frog is pleasantly, if unmemorably, drawn.

    Early Buzz: Disney’s The Princess and the Frog | /Film

  • When it happened, it had happened fast and unmemorably, as if all along both of us had known we would eventually end up together.


  • It doesn't help that most of the supporting parts are played competently but unmemorably.

    Bowing to a Higher Authority

  • As pleasant and refined as much of this music is, the melodic lines tend to wander unmemorably, and the climaxes feel manipulated rather than organic.

    Opera Today

  • The Princess and the Frog is pleasantly if unmemorably drawn, with an amiable original song score by

    Dallas Observer | Complete Issue

  • With the exception of thirty-one-year-old Dizzy, who’d served unmemorably in the army as a teenager, members of the white team were drawn entirely from men on active military duty.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert


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