English version

forgetful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforgetfulfor‧get‧ful /fəˈɡetfəl $ fər-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 FORGEToften forgetting thingsforgetfully adverbforgetfulness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
forgetfulMy grandfather is getting more forgetful.Also he appeared to have corrupted her: she was alternately prickly and forgetful.Ellen was about as disorganized and forgetful as any fourth grade child in memory.She was easily distracted and forgetful at school.My grandfather's getting so forgetful - I have to remind him to take his medication.In the aftermath she nestled in his arms, forgetful of the time.They can also be forgetful or very tired and perhaps bad tempered.Indeed I was forgetful, pathologically so, and for this too I felt nothing but remorse.
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