Definitions

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  • adj. Not remembering; forgetful.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having no memory or recollection.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ remembering

Examples

  • Luke had kept a vigil by the bunk bed through the morning and deep into the afternoon until Cassie woke up, disheveled and unremembering.

    In This Way I Was Saved

  • I don't know if anyone has studied money-manager performance by age but, in any era, I'd bet on the unremembering young.

    The Dow Generation

  • Gringoire's, altogether unremembering the encounter in the wood, the dead robber, and the stern nature of his embassy here so far from

    Doom Castle

  • The feeling carried him, unresisting and unremembering, to the platform in front of all those faces.

    The Fountainhead

  • NOT unremembering we pass our exile from the starry ways:

    Aphrodite

  • The dozens of townspeople, still alive, who had known of him or known about him in the first twenty-three years of his life were in the same unremembering condition: if they knew of any incident connected with that period of his life they didn't tell about it.

    Is Shakespeare Dead?

  • Its quality is as intangible and pervasive as that dim magic of "unremembering remembrance" that is awakened in some by the troubling tides of spring; it is apparently as unsought for as are the naive utterances of folk-song.

    Edward MacDowell

  • Its quality is as intangible and pervasive as that dim magic of “unremembering remembrance” that is awakened in some by the troubling tides of spring; it is apparently as unsought for as are the naive utterances of folk-song.

    Edward MacDowell

  • Miss Betty, waking at daybreak, saw the motes dancing in the sun at her window, and watched them with a placid, unremembering eye.

    The Two Vanrevels

  • Soon the whole sharp outline of the spot is lost in unremembering grass.

    Ponkapog Papers.

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