transitive verb Date: 1805 forget

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Disremember — Dis re*mem ber, v. t. To fail to remember; to forget. [Obs. or Archaic] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • disremember — 1815, Amer.Eng. colloquialism, from DIS (Cf. dis ) + REMEMBER (Cf. remember) …   Etymology dictionary

  • disremember — [dis΄ri mem′bər, dis′ri mem′bər] vt. [Dial. or Informal] to forget; be unable to remember …   English World dictionary

  • disremember — verb /dɪsɹɪˈmɛmbə/ To fail to remember; to forget. she replied, with her air of mock seriousness: ‘I seem ter disremember at the moment.’ …   Wiktionary

  • disremember — /dis ri mem beuhr/, v.t. Southern and South Midland U.S. to fail to remember; forget. [1805 15; DIS 1 + REMEMBER] * * * …   Universalium

  • disremember — This word is dialectal rather than illiterate, but good speakers prefer forget ox fail to remember: Did you forget (or fail to remember) what I said? …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • disremember — (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb Informal. To fail to remember: forget. Idiom: draw a blank. See REMEMBER …   English dictionary for students

  • disremember — dis·re·mem·ber || ‚dɪsrɪ membÉ™ v. fail to recall, forget …   English contemporary dictionary

  • disremember — verb US dialect fail to remember …   English new terms dictionary

  • disremember — dis·remember …   English syllables

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