Definitions

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  • adj. Not remembered

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not remembered; forgotten.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Back in the 1950s, I read an article in (I think) Esquire magazine written by an author, name unremembered, who invoked Einstein's name to support his thesis that a business could not be considered profitable if in the accounting process the negative destruction of the environment was not considered in the final tally.

    Norman Cressy: Profit-Loss Entrepreneur

  • As the result of some kind of unremembered violence, his memories only stretch back one year.

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  • I actually got a book that featured a lot of her strips and many other of Shultz “unremembered” gags on Free Comic Book Day.

    Good Ol' Charlotte Braun | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • Therefore it was true that the tribe lived, that it stood for the obedience of all its members, way down into the forgotten past, whose very resting-places were unremembered.

    THE LAW OF LIFE

  • Not entirely unremembered in Alaskan annals is the summer stampede of 1898 from Fort Yukon to the bench diggings of Tarwater Hill.

    LIKE ARGUS OF THE ANCIENT TIMES

  • I knew not what they were, whether forgotten gods or unremembered kings.

    Chapter 12

  • The Phoenicians and the Greeks, with unremembered drifts behind them, colonised the Mediterranean.

    THE HUMAN DRIFT

  • Only in the nightmares rare unremembered dreams did you stand by the door of the bank saying

    The No-Net World

  • She's been in therapy and although she shrugs off her treatment at the start of the novel, she's aware of some unacknowledged, unremembered trauma in her childhood which is central to her fragile state of mind.

    The Coroner by M. R. Hall

  • Mom believes that a short order cook who sometimes shares day old bread and leftovers may be a step-brother or a distant cousin or perhaps an unremembered brief attachment.

    HEADLINES

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