Meaning of disremember in English:


Pronunciation /dɪsrɪˈmɛmbə/

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[with object] dialect US
  • Fail to remember.

    ‘mostly what you disremember ain't worth the trouble to call to mind’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘The redemption is achieved through memory, the uncovering of power's buried past: ‘They make you disremember, forget, dismember,’ the narrator says, ‘Remember… remember’.’
    • ‘In Kentridge's opinion, this desensitization, particularly in relation to violence, amounts to a form of disremembering.’