That is true; but you would forget everything else, and become as ignorant as a baby," returned Ozma.
Therefore, he made them all drink of the Water of Oblivion and forget everything they had known, so that they became as simple and innocent as their King.
You may all go to bed, and I advise you to forget your worries just as completely as if you had drunk of the Water of Oblivion in the Forbidden Fountain.
You won't forget me, Peter, will you, before spring cleaning time comes?
I forget them after I kill them," he replied carelessly.
No, Lawrence, you're wrong there: she is not determined to forget
Oh, Diana, I shall never forget
that awful moment if I live to be a hundred.
, by-the-bye, whether that Miss Browndock was the same lady that got the ten thousand pounds prize in the lottery, but I think she was; indeed, now I come to think of it, I am sure she was.
Sunken eyes and hollow cheeks--wet, cold, and famine--and horrors before them all, that were even worse--we must forget
such things if we would be tranquil here.
We passed the Cedars this morning, just exactly as Mary Davenant was standing at the gate, wishing good-bye to Mister I forget
whether you like babies; if you do, you may have the pleasure of seeing mine--the most charming child in the world, no doubt; and all the more so, that I am not troubled with nursing it--I was determined I wouldn't be bothered with that.
And naturally,' said Mr Blandois, replacing the watch and stepping backward to his former chair, 'you do not forget.
Therefore I have long dismissed it, and I neither forget nor wish to forget.
In the stress of privation and the need of effort I might sometimes forget
the somber secret ever baffling the conjecture that it compels.
The two quotes above can only make sense to me if the author is talking about amnesia, wherein the person concerned forgets
about other things also.