forgotten


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for·got·ten

 (fər-gŏt′n, fôr-)
v.
A past participle of forget.

forgotten

(fəˈɡɒtən)
vb
a past participle of forget
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.forgotten - not noticed inadvertently; "her aching muscles forgotten she danced all night"; "he was scolded for his forgotten chores"
unnoticed - not noticed; "hoped his departure had passed unnoticed"

forgotten

adjective unremembered, lost, past, buried, left behind, omitted, obliterated, bygone, blotted out, consigned to oblivion, past recall, gone (clean) out of your mind a faint whisper of a forgotten world far away
Translations
zapomenutý
glemt
unohdettu
zaboravljen
忘れられた
잊은
glömd
ที่ถูกลืม
bị lãng quên

forgotten

مَنْسِي zapomenutý glemt vergessen ξεχασμένος olvidado unohdettu oublié zaboravljen dimenticato 忘れられた 잊은 vergeten glemt zapomniany esquecido забытый glömd ที่ถูกลืม unutulmuş bị lãng quên 被遗忘的
References in classic literature ?
I had almost forgotten the most important point--which is that I should like you to go and tell Madame Chiffon that I wish the blond lace to be changed in conformity with yesterday's patterns, if she will be good enough to bring with her a new assortment.
returned he, with a rather wintry smile - 'I'm glad you have overcome or forgotten your own afflictions so far as to be able to study so deeply the affairs of others, and trouble your head so unnecessarily about the fancied or possible calamities of their future life.
Sometimes a pang comes which tells me the girl won't be forgotten -- but not often.
He had positively forgotten that picture he had painted three years ago.
After the deaths of her son and husband in such rapid succession, she felt herself a being accidentally forgotten in this world and left without aim or object for her existence.
To his surprise, there were many things there for his comfort which he had forgotten to order - clean bed-linen, towels, even a curtain upon the window.
Maggie, in her absent way, continued to lean forward, resting on her arms and moving her feet about, while her dark eyes got more and more fixed and vacant, as if she had quite forgotten Philip and his book.
All who read it were delighted with the poems, and said that if there was any more such poetry in the Highlands, it should be gathered together and printed before it was lost and forgotten for ever.
I can't bear that her name should be forgotten by all living souls.
He added a little sternly, "Have you forgotten that this is spring cleaning time?
All the tender words she said to me and all the beautiful things I said to her are utterly forgotten.
The servant must have forgotten to let you know that I was here, I think.