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Easily forgotten, especially through being uninteresting or mediocre.‘eminently forgettable horror movies’
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- ‘Two whole easily forgettable years of torture and boredom are almost over.’
- ‘To tell you the truth if you asked me right now to hum it, I couldn't because it is totally unmemorable and forgettable.’
- ‘Some are stereotypical movie names which are constructed to be easily forgettable.’
- ‘Needless to say, the seven tracks on offer here are, insipid, uninspiring and forgettable.’
- ‘Why are these movies forgettable at the same time as they are initially quite popular?’
- ‘The CD is slightly more appealing than that image, as most things are, but also far more forgettable.’
- ‘Overall, it's a mildly entertaining and totally forgettable movie experience.’
- ‘It repeats itself too often and the lack of humor makes for a mildly interesting, but totally forgettable movie.’
- ‘However, local wine is, I am sorry to report, eminently forgettable.’
- ‘Their set features a collection of almost identical, instantly forgettable rock-by-numbers songs.’
- ‘The beasties remain forgettable, with weapons just as uninspired.’
- ‘In fact, the story is pretty much forgettable, which is also an issue that the movie should have worked harder to overcome.’
- ‘It has been a forgettable half-century, with the lone sparkle being the recent win against Zimbabwe.’
- ‘Most of the presidents of this earlier era are eminently forgettable.’
- ‘So I guess the conclusion is that this is a mediocre, eminently forgettable album.’
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