from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense and a past participle of forget.
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- v. Simple past of forget.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. & p. p. of forget.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Preterit of forget.
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That morning Hiram forgot, yes, _forgot_ to say his prayers.
SO I guess John McCain "forgot" when he did EXACTLY THE SAME THING to Sen. Robert Byrd in the debate over the build-up to the Iraq war?
Palin forgot more than this no talent hack wil ever know.
The incident passed over, they made an early departure, and Martin forgot all about it, though for the moment he had been puzzled that any woman, even of the working class, should not have been flattered and delighted by having poetry written about her.
Martin forgot to discover how this statement squares with Kirsty Williams 'views that the present administration is a "failure" and that "compromise" (a necessary feature of any coalition) is a dirty word.
I almost forgot, is that really you in the middle?
But what you forgot is our perception of Republicans and your word.
Maybe McCain forgot that the same day the bill died, he came out blaming opposition within his own party, saying “A lot of the Republican base was passionate about the issue, and they made their influence felt.”
One thing Stewart and Colbert forgot is that modern hate speech began in earnest when Ronald Reagan deregulated the airwaves letting Rush Limbaugh and right-wing radio rise unchallenged, which today has led to a monopoly, but also people like Glenn Beck on Fox News, who have amplified the anger by ten.
This sort of interest free yet limited and conditional credit available to all Americans could very well invigorate the domestic market, which in case everyone forgot, is still kind of important.