My grandfather used "Disremember" or "Disremembered" often. The older he got, the more he disremembered. As I recall, Pap didn't forget much but he often disremembered things. At 70, I find myself disremembering things from time to time and I'm beginning to use Pap's word when speaking or writing. My definition of disremember is, "Something not completely remembered in time or context." Disremembering long ago events is a great excuse for some serious creative license when writing old tales. I wrote a tale for my Mom for a Mother's Day present about 30 years ago. The tale was about one of my earliest memories of her dad, my Pap. I realized I "Disrememberd" parts of the actual event so I started the tale with this line: "Memories, like pebbles in a brook, are smoothed and gently rounded by the fast flowing stream of time." That line let me off the hook for accuracy. These days I am still a lot like an elephant; I never forget. I will, however, occasionally admit to disremembering.