disremember

(redirected from disremembered)
Also found in: Thesaurus.
Related to disremembered: misremember

dis·re·mem·ber

 (dĭs′rĭ-mĕm′bər)
v. dis·re·mem·bered, dis·re·mem·ber·ing, dis·re·mem·bers Informal
v.tr.
To fail to remember.
v.intr.
To forget.

disremember

(ˌdɪsrɪˈmɛmbə)
vb
informal chiefly US to fail to recall (someone or something)

dis•re•mem•ber

(ˌdɪs rɪˈmɛm bər)

v.t.
to forget.

disremember


Past participle: disremembered
Gerund: disremembering

Imperative
disremember
disremember
Present
I disremember
you disremember
he/she/it disremembers
we disremember
you disremember
they disremember
Preterite
I disremembered
you disremembered
he/she/it disremembered
we disremembered
you disremembered
they disremembered
Present Continuous
I am disremembering
you are disremembering
he/she/it is disremembering
we are disremembering
you are disremembering
they are disremembering
Present Perfect
I have disremembered
you have disremembered
he/she/it has disremembered
we have disremembered
you have disremembered
they have disremembered
Past Continuous
I was disremembering
you were disremembering
he/she/it was disremembering
we were disremembering
you were disremembering
they were disremembering
Past Perfect
I had disremembered
you had disremembered
he/she/it had disremembered
we had disremembered
you had disremembered
they had disremembered
Future
I will disremember
you will disremember
he/she/it will disremember
we will disremember
you will disremember
they will disremember
Future Perfect
I will have disremembered
you will have disremembered
he/she/it will have disremembered
we will have disremembered
you will have disremembered
they will have disremembered
Future Continuous
I will be disremembering
you will be disremembering
he/she/it will be disremembering
we will be disremembering
you will be disremembering
they will be disremembering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disremembering
you have been disremembering
he/she/it has been disremembering
we have been disremembering
you have been disremembering
they have been disremembering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disremembering
you will have been disremembering
he/she/it will have been disremembering
we will have been disremembering
you will have been disremembering
they will have been disremembering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disremembering
you had been disremembering
he/she/it had been disremembering
we had been disremembering
you had been disremembering
they had been disremembering
Conditional
I would disremember
you would disremember
he/she/it would disremember
we would disremember
you would disremember
they would disremember
Past Conditional
I would have disremembered
you would have disremembered
he/she/it would have disremembered
we would have disremembered
you would have disremembered
they would have disremembered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:

disremember

verb
Informal. To fail to remember:
Idiom: draw a blank.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
of the Suwannee's west bank, now long disremembered under a
A Eulogy for Tyrell Musgrove: The Disremembered Child in Marc Forster's Monster's Ball.
Cultural genocide presented itself as the "politics of erasure" and was also meant to wipe out African history so that "past" events and achievements of black people are disremembered.
Though they go largely unrewarded in the metrics of the academy, the resurrection of so many buried and disremembered books and lives has been accomplished through complex coauthorial acts across time and place.
The photographs taken during my 1973 visit depict how Manzanar looked and felt for the quarter century it remained unmarked and all but disremembered.
Nichols invokes the voice of the disremembered, rebellious, surviving, and unaccounted-for, raped black slave mother who becomes, by brutal necessity, the mother of that new nation Brathwaite's wandering poet is reexamining.
In an apocalyptic condition, narratives of the self (history and myth) are conveniently disremembered, creating a state of deliberate amnesia, "dear forgetfulness," in which the self unfastens and flies apart; it becomes "selfwrung," "selfstrung," and experiences "dismembering.
The truncated relic is both a dismembered and disremembered remnant of its former self.
e, son, husband, community--not only must be killed off and made invisible but also disremembered and she must be stereotypically sexualized.
Disremembered and unaccounted fro; she cannot be lost because no one is looking for beg, and even if they were, how can they call her if they don't know her name?
The use of rememory as narrative principle, then, enables Beloved to mediate between past and present realities, blurring the distinction between them and re-membering the disremembered.
The play is a rollercoaster journey through Robeson's eventful life - his singing and acting triumphs, and the equally important development of his radical activism which challenged the political establishment at its very core, and caused him to be disowned and disremembered, even by leaders and descendants of the civil rights movement.