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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
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disremember

verb
Informal. To fail to remember:
Idiom: draw a blank.
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This is the way with benefits, when they are bestowed on such disremembering hounds
Stanner in his 1968 Boyer Lectures who first referred to non-Indigenous Australians' "cult of forgetfulness or disremembering.
Furthermore, all parties have failed the present generation by disremembering or disregarding the past.
Disremembering the Dictatorship: The Politics of Memory in the Spanish Transition to Democracy.
In this essay these works are revisited in order to consider, first, how death is a thematic fulcrum upon which are supported and activated many of the elements that characterize the film and the novel, and, next, how the (impossible) goal of disremembering death infuses their storylines as well as the actions of their protagonists.
In the second Boyer Lecture, Stanner tries to find that magic point in the 1930s where Australians stopped (as he put it) disremembering Aboriginal people and stopped leaving them with 'no place in our past except that of a melancholy footnote' (p.
Said asserts in "The Public Role of Writers and Intellectuals," this technique of writing history involves "the invidious disfiguring, dismembering and disremembering of significant historical experiences that do not have powerful enough lobbies in the present and therefore merit dismissal or belittlement" (34).
Disremembering the Dictatorship: The Politics of Memory in the Spanish Transition to Democracy; Moran, El precio de la transicion 11-31; Moreiras Menor, Cultura herida: Literatura y cine en la Espana democratica 27-42; and Subirats, ed.