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disremember Line breaks: dis|re¦mem|ber
Pronunciation: /dɪsrɪˈmɛmbə/

Definition of disremember in English:


[with object] US dialect
Fail to remember: mostly what you disremember ain’t worth the trouble to call to mind
More example sentences
  • That got tiring fast, since I disremembered the notes to the chorus.
  • It provides the means for the user to apply passwords and disremember them.
  • ‘Freud said the most profound remembering is disremembering,’ counters Melvyn.

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