- forget used 54 times.
- forgetful used twice.
- forgettest used twice.
- forgetteth used 4 times.
- forgetting used once.
- Included in Eastons: No
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- Included in Websters: Yes
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- Included in Thayers: Yes
- Included in BDB: Yes
FORGET', verb transitive preterit tense forgot. [forgat, obsolete ]
1. To lose the remembrance of; to let go from the memory.
Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits. Psalms 103:2.
2. To slight; to neglect.
Can a woman forget her sucking child? Yea, they may forget yet will I not forget thee. Isaiah 49:15.
1. Apt to forget; easily losing the remembrance of. A forgetful man should use helps to strengthen his memory.
2. Heedless; careless; neglectful; inattentive.
Be not forgetful to entertain strangers. Hebrews 13:2.
3. Causing to forget; inducing oblivion; oblivious; as forgetful draughts.
1. The quality of losing the remembrance or recollection of a thing; or rather, the quality of being apt to let any thing slip from the mind.
2. Loss of remembrance or recollection; a ceasing to remember; oblivion.
A sweet forgetfulness of human care.
3. Neglect; negligence; careless omission; inattention; as forgetfulness of duty.
FORGET'TER, noun One that forgets; a heedless person.
FORGET'TING, participle present tense Losing the remembrance of.
FORGET'TING, noun The act of forgetting; forgetfulness; inattention.
Is forgetting His:
Power to deliver
Encouraged by false teachers
Trials should not lead to
Exhortation to those guilty of
FORGET'TINGLY, adverb By forgetting or forgetfulness.