unforgettably

[ UK /ʌnfəɡˈɛtəbli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a memorable manner
    Horowitz could play Chopin memorably
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How To Use unforgettably In A Sentence

  • The Kuna and their islands are undoubtedly vibrant, colorful, culturally rich and unforgettably hospitable.
  • She is compelling, spectral, fascinating, an unforgettably unique performer.
  • Already, we've got presumptuous soccer powerhouses in flames; clotheshorse managers who appear to be angling for invites aboard Valentino's yacht; referees under siege; and unforgettably melodramatic acting. Now Appearing in South Africa: Les Mis
  • Mitropoulos, who appears to have led a largely celibate lifestyle, nevertheless seems to have known enough about love and lust to portray them unforgettably in music.
  • Nightfall is a work of striking juxtapositions and tones that by picture end, come off like an unforgettably disarming person -- you're charmed, discombobulated, even slightly disturbed, and you're not sure what to make of it all. Kim Morgan: For the Love of (Film Noir): Nightfall
  • She is compelling, spectral, fascinating, an unforgettably unique performer.
  • Robin gets graphically shot in the arm with a dart, Batman enters an "Adults Only" nightclub (where he performs the Batusi later reprised by Uma Thurman and John Travolta in PULP FICTION -- Holy Trivia Question!) and gets "doped," and Jill St. John as Molly (probably the best of the show's many "moll" characters) actually meets her death in the Batcave, her demise unforgettably eulogized by West: "What a way to go-go! Archive 2006-01-08
  • Impossible as it might seem, greater pay transparency might prompt, in the absence of greater redistribution, discontent rather than harmony – witness the unhappy footballers and writers who have smarted, as the noble AS Byatt unforgettably did, when a showier rival was publicly awarded what Monbiot's critics call "silly money". Even if you show me yours, I'm not showing you mine | Catherine Bennett
  • As a batsman, his free-flowing drives were also unforgettably graceful.
  • She is compelling, spectral, fascinating, an unforgettably unique performer.
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