Definition of 'never-to-be-forgotten'
Example sentences containing 'never-to-be-forgotten'
What you will have then is a limited scene of barely controlled, hardly believable, but never-to-be-forgotten madness.MAN'S LOVING FAMILY
The pragmatist had a habit of mislaying essential objects: cameras, tickets, notes, on one never-to-be-forgotten occasion a passport.LOADED QUESTIONS
There are never-to-be-forgotten yesterdays in all our lives.THE BLACK OPAL
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