Grandiloquent dictionary. 2006.

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  • obliviscence — ob·li·vis·cence …   English syllables

  • obliviscence — /ɒbləˈvɪsəns/ (say obluh visuhns) noun the fact or state of having forgotten; forgetfulness. {Latin oblīviscī + ence} …   Australian English dictionary

  • obliviscence — ˌäbləˈvisən(t)s noun ( s) Etymology: Latin oblivisci to forget + English ence : forgetfulness …   Useful english dictionary

  • oblivion —   n. complete forgetfulness or forgottenness.    ♦ oblivescence, n. fact or state of forgetting.    ♦ oblivious, a.    ♦ obliviscence, n. forgetfulness …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • oblivescence — ˌäbləˈvesən(t)s noun ( s) Etymology: alteration (influenced by escence) of obliviscence : an act or the process of forgetting * * * /ob leuh ves euhns/, n. the process of forgetting. [ < L obliv(isci) to forget + ESCENCE] …   Useful english dictionary

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