Definitions of Forgot

  1. imp. & amp; p. p. of Forget.
  2. imp. & p. p. of Forget.
  3. Forgotten.
  4. Imp. & pp. of FORGET, v.
  5. Did forget.

Usage examples for Forgot

  1. Why- odd's my life- we've forgot a horse for him! – The Splendid Spur by Arthur T. Quiller Couch
  2. There was a story about it, but I have forgot it. – Wilfrid Cumbermede by George MacDonald
  3. I forgot, though, I promised Potiphar to go home with him. – A Double Knot by George Manville Fenn
  4. Edna's interest was so great that she forgot she was not doing this for herself at all. – A Dear Little Girl at School by Amy E. Blanchard
  5. " I forgot this time," he replied. – Old Ebenezer by Opie Read
  6. I forgot you didn't like it. – The Knave of Diamonds by Ethel May Dell
  7. I forgot I was cold and hungry. – By Canoe and Dog-Train by Egerton Ryerson Young
  8. I forgot about him. – Roger Ingleton, Minor by Talbot Baines Reed
  9. Algernon thought, and forgot her. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  10. Them that did miss us soon forgot it. – Bring Me His Ears by Clarence E. Mulford
  11. I couldn'tresist it- I forgot for a moment that you were there. – The Cross-Cut by Courtney Ryley Cooper
  12. But I never forgot what it might be like to know you. – The Brown Study by Grace S. Richmond
  13. I suppose they forgot your reverence didn't marry them. – The Untilled Field by George Moore
  14. Oh, he said, over his shoulder, I forgot to tell you. – The Valiants of Virginia by Hallie Erminie Rives
  15. Ah, well, I forgot I was a soldier, my lad. – Commodore Junk by George Manville Fenn
  16. For a while to- day, I forgot- I forgot. – Poor, Dear Margaret Kirby and Other Stories by Kathleen Norris
  17. Gerty never forgot it. – The Lamplighter by Maria S. Cummins
  18. Oh, I see- I forgot. – The Rustlers of Pecos County by Zane Grey
  19. I meant to tell you, but I- I forgot it. – The Awakening of Helena Richie by Margaret Deland
  20. We ain't forgot it, and we ain't goin' to forget it, neither! – From Sand Hill to Pine by Bret Harte