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forgettable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforgettablefor‧get‧ta‧ble /fəˈɡetəbəl $ fər-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 BORINGnot very interesting or good – often used humorously opp unforgettable 🔊 He’d had a role in one or two forgettable movies.
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forgettableHe was of medium height, and had regular, even features of the kind which are instantly forgettable.He'd played in some eminently forgettable horror movies and I felt I could not seriously consider him.a completely forgettable movieHowever, that morning Agnes intended to be neither forgettable nor invisible.But being forgettable was part of her job; a jigsaw piece that fitted invisibly into any puzzle.But that was 1995, a lamentable and hopefully forgettable year for him.
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