The community is usually portrayed as naive, dim-witted and almost always forgetful .
Also, there was a black stream in Mirkwood that made he who drank out of it suddenly very drowsy and forgetful of previous events.
Now it is true that the public have increasingly short memories; unfortunately for the Tories those people who actually vote are not so forgetful .
So if the nerve cells that were involved in memory stop working, then the person becomes forgetful .
I guarantee you, I will recall this one when I am very old and very gray and perhaps even a bit forgetful .
The most forgetful people are, in fact, primary school children.
I got one of these for my grandmother last year, because she is blind and forgetful and had burned the bottom out of two teakettles.
For £4.99 it's a cheap but valuable back-up for the forgetful traveller.
Sometimes, too, she is forgetful of the fact that, for her, it is a necessity.
He was banned for eight months rather than two years, which would have been the case had the FA not accepted that he was forgetful rather than evasive.