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for·get·ting

(fōr-get'ing),
Being unable to retrieve or recall information that was once registered, learned, and stored in short-term or long-term memory.

forgetting

An inability to remember or recognise things previously learned.

forgetting

Inability to remember something previously known or learned.
See: memory
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By choosing to take on the Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon in aid of Forget Me Not Children's Hospice and joining our #PurplePosse you will be helping us towards reaching our annual PS3.
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The two quotes above can only make sense to me if the author is talking about amnesia, wherein the person concerned forgets about other things also.
For transgressions they had forgiven in the first session, participants showed more forgetting when they had been instructed to forget the scenario in the second session, compared to when they had been given no specific instructions.
How can I forget my first communication to you pointing my blogs?
That Forget is stationed to his own community for his first military post is an unlikely occurrence, and his former congregation is happy to have him remain close to home.
But to die completely a person must not only forget but be forgotten and she who is not forgotten is not dead.
I'll forget the names of my children and their odysseys
Forget was a Mail Handler for the Boston and Worcester Post Offices for 28 years.
That's the type of forgetting you need to forget immediately.
A WELL-MEANING person told a woman at her husband's funeral: "Someday you'll be able to forget.