Definition of Forgetful person
1. Noun. A flighty and disorganized person.
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Literary usage of Forgetful person
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Manuscripts of J. M. Heathcote, Esq., Conington Castle by Richard Fanshawe, John Moyer Heathcote (1899)
"enough remembered, and yet I must tell you the forgetful person is more severe to ... forgetful person ..."
2. Everyday Ethics by Ella Lyman Cabot (1906)
"The difference between the life of a person of constant memory and that of the forgetful person, will be shown in all that each of them does. ..."
3. Lame and Lovely: Essays on Religion for Modern Minds by Frank Crane (1912)
"No self-forgetful person is ever sensitive. No self-forgetful person is habitually unhappy. This sin of sensitiveness — and we ought to face it as a ..."
4. God and Democracy: Lame and Lovely by Frank Crane (1920)
"No self-forgetful person is ever sensitive. No self-forgetful person is habitually unhappy. This sin of sensitiveness—and we ought to face it as a distinct ..."
5. Publications by English Dialect Society (1882)
"... usually applied to a fussy, forgetful person, young or old; also, to a ridiculously - dressed female. ..."