forgot (part of speech: verb)
forgotten (part of speech: adjective)
- Presently the outside door closed, two or three minutes elapsed; then the door opened and the Italian entered. - "At Agincourt", G. A. Henty.
- With this triumphant answer they turned and hurried, a little abashed, out of the room; but not many moments elapsed before the sounds that arose from them were sufficiently reassuring as to the state of their spirits. - "The Seaboard Parish, Complete", George MacDonald.
- Although only a day had passed since Wilbur had met the Supervisor and McGinnis, it seemed to him that several days must have elapsed, so much had happened, and he found it hard to believe, when he found himself in the saddle again beside the old Ranger, that they had started from Ben's shack only the morning before. - "The Boy With the U. S. Foresters", Francis Rolt-Wheeler.