Definition of forgetfully:
- "Ulysses", James Joyce.
Merthyr's spirited talk of the country she called her own; of its heroic youth banded to rise, and sworn to liberate it or die; of good historic names borne by men, his comrades, in old campaigning adventures; and stories and incidents of those past days- all given with his changed face, and changed ringing voice, almost moved her to plunge forgetfully into this new tumultuous stream while the picture of the beloved land, lying shrouded beneath the perilous star it was about to follow grew in her mind.- "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
She could hear the Old Girls behind her singing in the Gymnasium- " Forty years on, when afar and asunder Parted are those who are singing to- day, When you look back and forgetfully wonder What you were like in your work and your play."- "Judy of York Hill", Ethel Hume Patterson Bennett.