Definition of Disremembered
1. disremember [v] - See also: disremember
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Literary usage of Disremembered
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Life and Letters of Maria Edgeworth by Maria Edgeworth (1894)
"I wish for you when I am in want of some unremembered or disremembered name. I do love that Irish verb disremember, and I conjugate it daily from the ..."
2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1858)
"It must succumb, or France must be disremembered. But though it is impossible to admit that a Celtic- population may not be as good Protestants as a ..."
3. The Writings of Bret Harte by Bret Harte (1896)
"I disremembered it till now. Yes, sir ! " he repeated suddenly and almost rudely, as if to preclude any adverse criticism, ..."
4. 'Hail and Farewell!' by George Moore (1912)
"... and he thought that he had heard of Finn from his father, but he disremembered if Finn had plunged into the lake after some beautiful queen. ..."
5. Horse-shoe Robinson: A Tale of the Tory Ascendency by John Pendleton Kennedy (1854)
"... by this time, that you are in the house of Mrs. Markham, although you disremembered that this morning, I suppose you can tell whether she is at home ? ..."