forget forget  /fər ˈɡɛt/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) dismiss from the mind; stop remembering
  2. (v) be unable to remember
  3. (v) forget to do something
  4. (v) leave behind unintentionally

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  1. Forget the stars, hire Transformers and don't forget the women here are the 10 things every movie mogul should keep in mind when it comes to the summer of 2010.
  2. Forget genre, forget sexual preference: this is a masterpiece about two people who live in the same house but different worlds, and the mysterious blood debts they owe each other.
  3. Forget the stars, hire Transformers and don't forget the women here are the 10 things every movie mogul should keep in mind when it comes to the summer of 2010.

News

  1. Metadata collection more worrisome than PRISM

    Forget PRISM, the National Security Agency's system to help extract data from Google, Facebook and t ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Albuquerque Journal

  2. Do Not Forget Fathers Day this Sunday June 16th

    Do Not Forget Fathers Day this Sunday June 16th Remember your dads this Sunday June 16th. Honor them for all that they do throughout the year. A phone call , card or a simple Thank You will do.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Jasper Newsboy

  3. Is Climate Change the Ultimate Firestarter?

    Forget the blazing-hot, 65-mile-per-hour winds or the obsidian-black cumulous clouds swirling overhead. Never mind the embers falling like smoldering snowflakes or the neighbors packing their getaway cars. Carla Albers of Colorado Springs, Colorado, had far more important things to worry about on the afternoon of June 26, 2012: the whereabouts of her teenage son, Eric.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Takepart.com via Yahoo! News

Quotes

  1. ...a letter to NATO soldiers and civilians in Afghanistan, a gesture he also made when he took over command of US troops in Iraq in 2007, Petraeus wrote, "We must never forget that the decisive terrain in Afghanistan is the human terrain."
    on Jul 4, 2010 By: David Petraeus Source: Washington Post

  2. "In these moments of sorrow and sadness, we must never forget why we are in Afghanistan and why people are making the sacrifice that they are making," Brown said Sunday. "Three-quarters of the terrorist plots that hit Britain derive from the...
    on Aug 16, 2009 By: Gordon Brown Source: AFP

  3. "In life as in football, overtime is the most difficult. Let's not forget that and let's mobilize all our forces for the grand finale on July 4," he said.
    on Jun 20, 2010 By: Bronislaw Komorowski Source: The Associated Press

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