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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
forget (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to lose the remembrance of be unable to think of or recall - I forget his name
b) obsolete to cease from doing
2.
to treat with inattention or disregard - forgot their old friends
3.
a) to disregard intentionally - overlook usually used in the imperative I shouldn't have said that, so just forget it
intransitive verb
b) to give up hope for or expectation of - usually used in the imperative as for prompt service, forget it
1.
to cease remembering or noticing - forgive and forget
2.
to fail to become mindful at the proper time - forgot about paying the bill neglect
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
forget (verb)
1.
to be unable to recall or think of
SYNONIMS:
disremember, unlearn
RELATED WORDS:
lose, miss; blank; misremember; disregard, ignore, neglect, overlook, overpass, pass over, slight, slur (over)
NEAR ANTONYMS:
remind
flash back (to), hark back (to), harken back (to), hearken back (to), mind [], recall, recollect, remember, reminisce (about), think (of)
forget (verb)
2.
to fail to give proper attention to
SYNONIMS:
bypass, disregard, forget, ignore, overlook, overpass, pass over, slight, slur (over)
RELATED WORDS:
fail; miss, omit; brush (aside off), reject, shrug off, slough (off) sluff (off); disdain, pooh-pooh ( pooh), scorn; scant, skimp
NEAR ANTONYMS:
appreciate, cherish, prize, treasure, value; cultivate, foster, nurse, nurture; pamper; remember; listen (to), watch; follow, mark, note, notice, observe, remark
attend (to), heed, mind, regard, tend (to)
forget (verb)
3.
to leave undone or unattended to especially through carelessness
SYNONIMS:
forget, shirk
RELATED WORDS:
slack (off)
NEAR ANTONYMS:
carry out, do, execute, perform; accomplish, achieve; keep up, maintain
attend (to), remember
forget (verb)
4.
to miss the opportunity or obligation
SYNONIMS:
fail, forget, omit
RELATED WORDS:
disregard, ignore, overlook, overpass, pass over, pretermit, slight; slide, slip; default; skip
NEAR ANTONYMS:
heed, mind, remember; keep, observe; carry out, do, execute, perform, practice ( practise); discharge, fulfill ( fulfil), meet, satisfy; comply (with)
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