1 "Maybe she's forgotten it," Mattie said in a tremulous whisper; but both of them knew that it was not like Zeena to forget.
2 Even in the failing light he saw it was the letter to his wife that he had begun the night before and forgotten to destroy.
3 He had already forgotten Scarlett's heartbreak and his mind was only on plaguing his valet.
4 For the moment, Ashley as Ashley was forgotten.
5 She did not realize that, with his encouragement, she had disregarded many of the sternest injunctions of her mother concerning the proprieties, forgotten the difficult lessons in being a lady.
6 Evidently he had forgotten the contretemps, or pretended to have forgotten it, for he settled himself on the top step at her feet without mention of their late difference.
7 She turned away, for the doctor had forgotten her.
8 His face looked set and absent, as though he had forgotten where he was.
9 Her sore foot, forgotten in the excitement, now gave a tremendous throb that made her grit her teeth and shift her weight to the heel.
10 She jumped as a slight noise sounded and, turning quickly, saw crouched by the banisters her forgotten son, his eyes enormous with terror.
11 She did not know if the lack of mail service was the cause, or if he had merely trifled with her affections and then forgotten her.
12 For Ashley, spring was back again, that half- forgotten balmy spring of green rustlings and murmurings, a spring of ease and indolence, careless days when the desires of youth were warm in his body.
13 If he's forgotten me, I'll make him remember me.
14 "I hadn't forgotten," she said wretchedly.
15 The crowd stood in the hot sun as if enchanted to the ground and whatever wrath they had felt for Suellen was forgotten.