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Example sentences for "forgetting"

Lexicographically close words:
forgetfulness; forgets; forgett; forgettest; forgetteth; forgeve; forgib; forgie; forging; forgings
  1. Adelaide had employed herself the evening previous to their departure, in writing Mrs. Temple an account of all she had seen worthy of remark in the Irish capital, not forgetting to make honourable mention of her friend Colonel Desmond.

  2. These she was surprised to find not only white, but fine, forgetting that linen was the staple manufacture of the country, though but lately introduced into this district.

  3. When you die it will not cause you to go out of the world forgetting all that you may suffer, but you will always know and suffer through all time, and you will never know a day that is free from misery.

  4. When that tune was concluded, the Chief wanted another, quite forgetting the importance of the ceremonial rites.

  5. Ruddy, forgetting for the time being about the man smell that came from the bush, stood with head on one side looking wonderingly toward the box where the crow nestled.

  6. Forgetting their game, Rick and the others headed for the safe shore.

  7. Preparation for the concerts and the composition of a new work that he wished to play at them took up all his time and he succeeded in forgetting his obstinate memories.

  8. And he mentioned all those with whom Christophe had had dealings; for he had informed himself of them at the market, and there was no danger of his forgetting any detail that might be useful to him.

  9. She had that astounding faculty for forgetting what is displeasing to them--or even what has been pleasing to them--which those women possess who live from moment to moment.

  10. But these fancied terrors were soon to be blotted out in the great Fear--that which is in the hearts of all men; that Fear which Wisdom does in vain preen itself on forgetting or denying--Death.

  11. And so we journey along together in all good nature, not forgetting to laugh as we live.

  12. Our best plan would be to save in reason, not forgetting that life is here to enjoy as we go along.

  13. If we have chosen wisely we love our work and stick to it closely--not forgetting the home duties and our share in its success.

  14. Yet, in my top floor, he showed some of the old Adam, joining gladly in our orgy of tea and wafers and utterly forgetting all pose.

  15. His expression, the abandonment shown in the looseness of his limbs and the falling forward of his head, were instinct with something that represented to me a forgetting of pose and calculated conduct.

  16. Moustache, forgetting the insult he had received, welcomed the stranger by springing at his throat with much fierceness.

  17. The youth willingly, forgetting his employer's unkind threat of dismissal, at once told the stranger that if he would go with him to his master's premises, he would be sure to find there the articles he was in search of.

  18. Sue stood there, her hands clenched at her sides, groping desperately for some point of mental contact with the woman who had married her father--forgetting that there had never been a print of mental contact.

  19. Sue was forgetting now how much of this old story she had let him see in their many talks.

  20. Peter found himself in some danger of forgetting his earnest purpose.

  21. Forgetting for the moment, his hurry, he drew the folded envelope from his pocket and read the sonnet aloud, with feeling and with gestures.

  22. Just feeling them crowding around--I don't know; it seems to keep you from forgetting that everybody else has problems.

  23. And I'll still stay, to have thee still forget, Forgetting any other home but this.

  24. All this lengthy discourse Don Quixote delivered while the others supped, forgetting to raise a morsel to his lips, though Sancho more than once told him to eat his supper, as he would have time enough afterwards to say all he wanted.

  25. Remembering his encounter with that young gentleman, Eli bustled up like a porcupine on the approach of an enemy, forgetting that he was to let by-gone be by-gones, and serve his master in a new role.

  26. Peter, forgetting himself and rubbing this time.

  27. She was so gleeful that she bolted toward the door, which was not opened soon enough to suit her impetuous haste to get within; and when it was opened, she rushed in, forgetting to lower the umbrella.

  28. We had no business to come to such a place as this," he continued, forgetting all his good resolves, and giving rein to his anger.

  29. Forgetting her errand, Grace began following him, keeping not more than twenty feet behind him.

  30. Patience confided to Grace that Kathleen studied harder than ever, and wrote for at least two hours every night, never forgetting to place her papers carefully in her desk and to lock it securely before going out or to bed.

  31. So I had," said Denry; "I was forgetting him.

  32. I was quite forgetting about your business.

  33. But we are forgetting the passage: "There is no other such crisis in human life as the crisis of LOVE.

  34. He writes as he feels, and he feels rightly,--never forgetting to remain indulgent, even when he appears most unbendingly severe.

  35. I am provoked at myself for forgetting those matches.

  36. The officers went into the cabin, and those who were to stand watch that night soon turned in; while the others, never forgetting the rivals on shore who were working night and day to dislodge them, resumed their books.

  37. Dalton, forgetting his momentary displeasure, and musing aloud upon the end of his ever reckless follower--"Poor Jack!

  38. Cromwell, forgetting the Puritan Protector in the soldier, the soberness of the age in the energy of the moment; then as suddenly adding, "The Lord forgive me!

  39. Burrell to the preacher, fiercely, forgetting all moderation in the excess of his passion; for at the word "bridal" a change as awful as can be imagined to shadow the face of woman rested on the countenance of Zillah.

  40. Her heart went forth to a friend, forgetting any bitterness which attached to the friendship.

  41. With that apology he darted out of the room, forgetting his broken pledge, intent only on finding other ears to hear his wonderful news.

  42. As they walked she was silent, forgetting to torment him, silently glad of his friendship and his company.

  43. When Jeremy made this arrangement--so excellent a one that he may be pardoned for almost forgetting the selfish side of it--he had not failed to remember Dora Hutting.

  44. But the European situation, desperate though it was, was not sufficiently desperate to excuse me for forgetting that the first Saturday in August is the inexorable date of Lady Christina's annual garden party at Buckholm.

  45. I'll come back," replied Roy stoutly, forgetting all about the twenty-three second lieutenants.

  46. The dutiful daughter, never forgetting her mother's wishes, each morning and evening took the glass from the place where it was hidden and gazed at it intently for a long time.

  47. Forgetting her burden, when this she had said, The maid superciliously tossed up her head: When, alas for her prospects!

  48. But Admiral Blue was once your best friend, and I doesn't at all admire at your forgetting him--one of these long nights you'll be forgetting me.

  49. In her haste and bewilderment, Patty spoke in English, forgetting that the young man might not understand her native tongue.

  50. From the lowest pit of despair, his soul debates the question of suicide as a logical proposition, forgetting the divine prohibition against 'self-slaughter.

  51. Journal, forgetting apparently, that Mr. Prentice had already explicitly stated that since the great question of Disunion sprung up, the K.

  52. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "forgetting" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    blocked; converted; disregard; forgetful; forgiveness; heedless; obliteration; oblivion; oblivious; repressed; suppressed; unmindful