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  • adj. Not having been memorized.


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un- +‎ memorized


  • I have to look his number up; it seems I have unmemorized it.

    Hollywood Savage

  • Where Clinton -- whatever else you think of her -- is obviously competent, prepared, and capable of extemporizing a complete unmemorized English sentence, she's demonized as unfeminine and a harpy.

    a cemetery where I married the sea

  • Civic statutes went unmemorized -- Kemper Boyd memories cut them adrift.

    American Tabloid

  • Change spells -- Exchange a memorized spell for an unmemorized

    The Net Wizard's Handbook, Second Edition by Jim Gitzlaff and Staff

  • But the winter had been broken with these familiar if unmemorized phrases that had all the grit of sand in their sound, the silent padding of camels and the flash of hoopoe wings.

    Two Selves

  • The unmemorized text lay heavily on Gunner's conscience as he attacked his buckwheat cakes and sausage.

    The song of the lark


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