forgetive

adjective
for·ge·tive | \ˈfȯr-jə-tiv \

Definition of forgetive 

archaic

First Known Use of forgetive

1597, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for forgetive

probably from forge entry 2 + -tive (as in inventive)

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