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Impossible to forget; very memorable.‘that unforgettable first kiss’
memorable, indelible, never to be forgotten, not to be forgotten, fixed in the mind, haunting, catchy, persistentView synonyms
- ‘Besides being a nostalgia trip, it also promises to be an unforgettable culinary experience.’
- ‘Visitors say that watching the sun rise on the island was the most unforgettable experience of their stay.’
- ‘I returned home late that evening with a sore throat, tired but quite happy after having spent an unforgettable day.’
- ‘With his full band behind him, Brian will leave you with an unforgettable impression.’
- ‘Sarah's acceptance and his heroic feat made it an unforgettable day.’
- ‘There have been plenty of unforgettable episodes in this lucky little shop.’
- ‘It was an unforgettable journey after four days in the relative glamour and beauty of St Petersburg.’
- ‘Her stage presence is utterly unforgettable, and her musicianship is flawless.’
- ‘He had to rush off afterwards because he was rehearsing for a show but he still found time to come along and help make it an unforgettable night.’
- ‘The sight of these massive blocks of ice is certainly most impressive and unforgettable.’
- ‘There's only so much you can forget and visions have a habit of being unforgettable.’
- ‘Then lie back, relax and order their unforgettable chocolate brownies.’
- ‘The great floods of March 1999 produced some memorable stories and unforgettable images.’
- ‘If you can blot out the racket, it is an unforgettable experience.’
- ‘The guy's just inexplicably unforgettable in the role that made him an international star.’
- ‘Here indeed was an unforgettable spectacle, designed to mesmerise the West.’
- ‘The scenery along with the crisp mountain air promises to offer an unforgettable experience.’
- ‘Their work offers an unforgettable anthology of movement, illumination and music.’
- ‘Bringing to the screen unforgettable characters, he has never compromised on his beliefs.’
- ‘Even for someone who is not a connoisseur of art, visiting the place is an unforgettable experience.’
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