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unmemorable

Syllabification: un·mem·o·ra·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈmem(ə)rəb(ə)l
 
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Definition of unmemorable in English:

adjective

Not memorable.
Example sentences
  • It's a forgettable film featuring a throw-away story with unmemorable characters and unremarkable performances.
  • Its replacement is yet another brick, glass and steel monstrosity, alongside so many new buildings of similar unmemorable and offensive design, in particular the hideous Leisure Exchange.
  • As uninspiring and unmemorable as anything you care to forget.

Derivatives

unmemorably

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adverb
Example sentences
  • ‘Her reputation precedes her,’ he says unmemorably.
  • Then Hayley Evetts came on and sang some Anastacia covers, fairly unmemorably.
  • Since then, the anniversary has passed pretty unmemorably each year, and I hope that continues.

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