Obliviate



noun

a memory charm or spell in the Harry Potter books that makes one forget
verb

to forget
v.

1660s, from Latin oblivium (see oblivion). Related: Obliviated; obliviating.

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    [uh-bliv-ee-uh n] /əˈblɪv i ən/ noun 1. the state of being completely forgotten or unknown: a former movie star now in oblivion. 2. the state of forgetting or of being : the oblivion of sleep. 3. the act or process of dying out; complete annihilation or extinction: If we don’t preserve their habitat, the entire […]

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    [uh-bliv-ee-uh s] /əˈblɪv i əs/ adjective 1. unmindful; unconscious; unaware (usually followed by of or to): She was oblivious of his admiration. 2. forgetful; without remembrance or memory: oblivious of my former failure. 3. Archaic. inducing forgetfulness. /əˈblɪvɪəs/ adjective 1. foll by to or of. unaware or forgetful adj. mid-15c., from Latin obliviosus “forgetful, that […]



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    [uh-bliv-ee-uh s] /əˈblɪv i əs/ adjective 1. unmindful; unconscious; unaware (usually followed by of or to): She was oblivious of his admiration. 2. forgetful; without remembrance or memory: oblivious of my former failure. 3. Archaic. inducing forgetfulness. /əˈblɪvɪəs/ adjective 1. foll by to or of. unaware or forgetful adj. mid-15c., from Latin obliviosus “forgetful, that […]

  • Obliviousness

    [uh-bliv-ee-uh s] /əˈblɪv i əs/ adjective 1. unmindful; unconscious; unaware (usually followed by of or to): She was oblivious of his admiration. 2. forgetful; without remembrance or memory: oblivious of my former failure. 3. Archaic. inducing forgetfulness. /əˈblɪvɪəs/ adjective 1. foll by to or of. unaware or forgetful adj. mid-15c., from Latin obliviosus “forgetful, that […]



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