PRONUNCIATION: (fuhr-GET-uh-ree)

MEANING: noun: 1. The capacity to forget easily.
2. A poor memory.

ETYMOLOGY: Patterned after memory. From English forget, from Old English forgietan (to forget), from for- (away) + get (to grasp). Earliest documented use: 1860.

FORGET TERRY - who's that old Steeler QB?

FORGEATERY - where to grab a bite at the Ironworks

FORE-GETTERY - staff who chase errant golf balls