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- adjective That cannot be
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And the time and clicking it saves seems to be wildy worth that 20% over the more precise, unrememberable methods offered by all the specialized academic search options.
Its transformation from an unrememberable complex to a seemingly remembered idea ushers in the second alterity, the alterity that persists as such and continually energizes an urge to unionthe urge behind a pursuit that is really the pursuit of pleasure, but has become transformed by fixation on a projection, becoming as a result a pursuit of an idea, a form of totality.
He rose at last and threw off the burden of his bedclothes, and rested awhile, as if freed from the heaviness of an unrememberable nightmare.
The Return Walter De la Mare 1914
He wrote to Sir Charles: 'Terribly have I been puzzled and perplexed on finding a group of the soberest men among us to have concocted a scheme such as that touching the mountain country behind Zanzibar with an unrememberable name.
The Life of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke, Volume 2 Stephen Lucius Gwynn 1907
However, a vagabonding tinker won her heart, and after their marriage she continued to be known as "Mr.. Wimby"; for so complete was the bridegroom's insignificance that it extended to his name, which proved quite unrememberable, and he was usually called "Widder-Woman Wimby's Husband," or, more simply, "Mr. Wimby."
The Gentleman from Indiana Booth Tarkington 1907
I love to recall, and would that I could reproduce that life, the unforgettable, the unrememberable.
The Wrecker 1898
Every night after seemed more exquisite than the last, like sunset skies, as beautiful and as unrememberable.
Evelyn Innes 1892
It is, however, the kind I like best, the rich, red melon that one eats only in France; a thing of the moment, unrememberable; but the chicken will never be forgotten; twenty years hence I shall be talking of a chicken, that in becoming a fat chicken acquired twenty years of immortality -- which of us will acquire as many?
The defect of Davies, as of not a few of his contemporaries, is that, having the power of saying things rememberable enough, he set himself to wrap them up and merge them in vast heaps of things altogether unrememberable.
A History of Elizabethan Literature George Saintsbury 1889
On a height before him stood a house, which he believed to be that he sought; he had written down its unrememberable Basque name, and inquiry of a peasant assured him that he was not mistaken.
Will Warburton George Gissing 1880