unforgotten


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unforgotten

(ˌʌnfəˈɡɒtn)
adj
not forgotten; likely to be remembered
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unforgotten

[ˈʌnfəˈgɒtn] ADJno olvidado

unforgotten

adjunvergessen
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For it seemed as if other voices--familiar in infancy, and unforgotten through many wanderings, and in all the vicissitudes of her heart and fortune--were mingling with the accents of the prayer.
But there is still the ruined wall, and near it the stealthy tread of the foe that would win over again his unforgotten triumph.
The perils shared, the victories won, in the old French War, when the soldiers of the colonies fought side by side with their comrades from beyond the sea, were unforgotten yet.
The unforgotten and ineffaceable past strummed the fibres of his throat.
His passage across my field of vision was like that of other figures of that time: not to be forgotten, a little fantastic, infinitely enlightening for my contempt, darkening for my memory which struggles still with the clear lights and the ugly shadows of those unforgotten days.
The voice that was answering the servant was the unforgotten voice which she had heard at the Refuge.
After a little, the mother's questions came more and more unreservedly from the sweet, unforgotten experience of the mother's heart.
And, indeed, even while I was unconscious a point seemed continually to remain in my memory unforgotten, and round it my dreams moved drearily.
She was silent a moment, her determined little face hard - set upon some unforgotten horror.
And in your eye--floateth there not a cloudlet of unforgotten earthly bliss?
As she looked once more at the sister of the unforgotten days of old, its native beauty of expression shone out again in her worn and weary face.
But the worst did not come to the worst, more power to my unforgotten friend the cabman, who never came forward to say what manner of men he had driven to Bloomsbury Square at top speed on the very day upon which the tragedy was discovered there, or whence he had driven them.