Definition of forgettable
: fit or likely to be forgotten a forgettable movie
Examples of forgettable in a Sentence
It was an extremely forgettable performance.
Recent Examples of forgettable from the Web
First there was Tobey Maguire who, under the direction of Sam Raimi for three films, ushered in the modern superhero era, and then there was Andrew Garfield, whose two films with Marc Webb were immediately forgettable.
The highs are really high, but the lows are forgettable.
Wood’s first months in Kansas City were dire and forgettable.
If anything, Fadell argues that the ROKR was a forgettable device not because of Apple, but on account of Motorola's own limitations.
Woody Allen picked him as one of the many actors to play an Allen stand-in (like Jason Biggs, Kenneth Branagh, Owen Wilson, and many others) in Melinda and Melinda, one of the director’s most forgettable efforts.
The Seminoles, which had some forgettable moments such as losing by 17 runs to Virginia Tech and dropping their season opener for the first time in 19 years, departed the month of April with a 21-15 record following a four-game losing streak.
On the outskirts of Phoenix, on a nondescript street of a forgettable block, sits an extraordinary relic of black motoring past, and my first Green Book stop.
But this certainly feels like a forgettable 3-year-old class at the moment.
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Definition of forgettable for English Language Learners
: likely to be forgotten : not worth remembering
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