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Not remembered; forgotten:‘they lived according to social codes now utterly unremembered’
unremembered, out of mind, gone clean out of someone's mind, past recollection, beyond recall, past recall, consigned to oblivion, obliterated, blotted out, buried, left behind, bygone, past, gone, lost, irrecoverable, irretrievableView synonyms
- ‘Last night I was jolted out of an unremembered dream by this thought: ‘How will she do it?’’
- ‘But she'd been there earlier and put flowers on the right plot, so the old boy hadn't gone unremembered after all.’
- ‘It's more than likely that I'm paraphrasing this from unremembered sources, but I wanted to offer the one I've been considering.’
- ‘It was to be buried beneath years of dust, un-played, unseen, unremembered.’
- ‘Others, imprisoned for life have already been forgotten and will die unmourned and unremembered after a wasted life.’
- ‘The tragic kidnapping and execution of a Yorkshire soldier during the 1956 Suez crisis may have gone unremembered had it not been for the research of local amateur historians.’
- ‘After three, maybe four hours of sleep I woke with a start from some unremembered dream.’
- ‘Most of them are now forgotten, their causes and course unremembered.’
- ‘Note to self: notes to self often go unremembered.’
- ‘Latin was still the official language of the eastern empire, but by the 8th cent. it had become largely unused and unremembered except by some scholars.’
- ‘No wonder dreaming is so chaotic, bizarre, unfocused, and unremembered.’
- ‘Under the gnarled and rotted central post his wicked body lies interred forever, unmourned and unremembered, without stone or monument to acknowledge his passing.’
- ‘Of course, there was a good reason all these bloody protests went unremembered in the coverage of the Newsweek affair: They never occurred.’
- ‘The truth is they stopped short of me and ate more grass and I think I felt a little unremembered and at the same time relieved at their lack of attachment to a human.’
- ‘Walking alongside the river a little later he met a youth and after exchanging a few words heard him say ‘I am yourself, your unremembered self.’’
- ‘No one will pass unremembered, not even those who believe so.’
- ‘Hardie doesn't want you to depart unremembered or to be unprepared when your time comes, so he's a little pushy about you deciding now what you want inscribed on your tombstone.’
- ‘It's hard to believe that true art, art that reflects the vivid and energetic motions of life, rested in the gutter unremembered for so long.’
- ‘To ward off alienation and gloom, it is only necessary to remember the unremembered heroes of the past, and to look around us for the unnoticed heroes of the present.’
- ‘To be childless was to forfeit a future, to go unremembered.’
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