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  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Unforgotten un-for-got′en not forgotten or neglected—also Unforgot′
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In literature:

I confess that, for me, that time is the time of firm friendships and unforgotten hospitalities.
"Notes on My Books" by Joseph Conrad
She had named her only child his unforgotten name, and now the child had joined him in the spirit-world.
"Hubert's Wife" by Minnie Mary Lee
He threw himself upon the grass and cast his eyes over all the unforgotten valley.
"St. Cuthbert's" by Robert E. Knowles
Her hand went out as though to touch him, in an unforgotten gesture.
"The Best Short Stories of 1919" by Various
According to his unforgotten words, her place had not been empty: it had been filled with her love and her labour.
"Romola" by George Eliot
How unforgotten the voice was!
"A Beautiful Alien" by Julia Magruder
Is it you again, unforgotten longing, driving me back to the light of the day?
"The Wagnerian Romances" by Gertrude Hall
Was it not April too, that long-gone unforgotten morning?
"Shapes that Haunt the Dusk" by Various
A strain from that unforgotten music came to her now, carrying her to the stars!
"McClure's Magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 3, July 1908." by Various
These things will not go unforgotten!
"The Master Mummer" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
In the deep blue eyes was a patient, reflective look that told of a past but unforgotten romance.
"David Dunne" by Belle Kanaris Maniates
Rather, she fell back, as soon as Jones's Bull flagged, on her long record of an unforgotten past.
"When Ghost Meets Ghost" by William Frend De Morgan
And where Karl is renowned there too is Roland unforgotten.
"The Wine-ghosts of Bremen" by Wilhelm Hauff
While pondering this news, Roezl's unforgotten prophecy flashed into his mind.
"The Woodlands Orchids" by Frederick Boyle
You are right, the loved and unforgotten dead are passed from us for a season, peace be with them!
"Zero the Slaver" by Lawrence Fletcher
The regret and the tone lay unforgotten in the closed room of Allard's heart.
"The Game and the Candle" by Eleanor M. Ingram
These words sounded in the ears of the people, already terrified by the unforgotten voice of Savonarola, like a trump of doom.
"Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature" by John Addington Symonds
Has she now unwittingly rasped some hidden but unforgotten chord?
"The Fire Trumpet" by Bertram Mitford
A strain from that unforgotten music came to her now, carrying her to the stars!
"The Wayfarers" by Mary Stewart Cutting
Often has the visiting "old girl" spoken of those unforgotten prayers.
"Charles Lewis Cocke" by William Robert Lee Smith

In poetry:

His face was fair
As fading autumn flowers,
And the lost joy
Of unforgotten hours.
"The Friend" by Richard Le Gallienne
Welcome, right welcome home, to these blest Isles,
Where, unforgotten, loved Victoria sleeps,
But now with happy pride your Father smiles,
Your Mother weeps.
"A Royal Home-Coming" by Alfred Austin
I have no words to tell what way we walked.
What unforgotten path now closed and sealed;
I have no words to tell all things we talked,
All things that he revealed:
"From House To House" by Christina Georgina Rossetti
In through the porch and up the silent stair;
Little is changed, I know so well the ways;—
Here, the dead came to meet me; it was there
The dream was dreamed in unforgotten days.
"The Old House" by Amy Levy
Only you I have not forgotten
For wreck of the world's renown,
Rending and ending of things gone rotten,
Only the face of you unforgotten:
And your head upthrown in the skies alone
As you came over the down.
"On The Downs" by Gilbert Keith Chesterton
I shall not travel the tracks of fame
Where the war was not to the strong;
When Lee the last of the heroes came
With the Men of the South and a flag like flame,
And called the land by its lovely name
In the unforgotten song.
"Memory" by Gilbert Keith Chesterton

In news:

'Icefall' and 'The Unforgotten Coat' top our roundup of fiction for tweens.
Our Unforgotten Heroes Guest Column.