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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforgotfor‧got /fəˈɡɒt $ fərˈɡɑːt/ verb  the past tense of forget
Examples from the Corpus
forgotAsik was astonished, he forgot about his hiding place behind the tree and jumped into the road.He never forgot the incident with the owl.Occupied with morning rituals, she nearly forgot the night's distress.A yawn unsuccessfully stifled, I forgot the rest of the sentence.He kissed her, and they both forgot the scripts.Even then the leader of the great trek and the Latter-day kingdom never forgot the source of his inspiration.You forgot to cover up the Anglia Television badge on the front end!I forgot to say take out the bay leaf before it sets.