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  • Info Remembrance is the act of remembering, the ability to remember, or a memorial.
  • Who shall say what remembrances of other days shook him to the heart? Cited from Basil, by Wilkie Collins
  • Her eyes grew gentle over the remembrances which this name always called up. Cited from Rest Harrow, By Maurice Hewlett
  • In remembrance of this the crew called the point after her name.
  • In the village through which we shall now pass are some outer remembrances. Cited from O. T., A Danish Romance, by Hans C. Andersen
  • We must also go beyond remembrance, and make sure that new generations know this history.
  • If you do, would you give him my kind remembrances? Cited from More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume I
  • The old radio programs ended each week with a remembrance of fallen officers who died on the job.
  • What different pieces we have got into our remembrances already! Cited from Real Folks, by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
  • All in the house would join in kind remembrances to you if they knew I was writing. Cited from Charlotte Bronte and Her Circle, by Clement K. Shorter
  • Although both carried on the same tradition of signed remembrances, they are different in how they were created.
  • This race was a day of remembrance, as mentioned in the television broadcast opening.
  • The Garden of Remembrance is located along the northern side of this area.
  • You have left many pleasant remembrances in the work of your hands. Cited from Woman And Her Savior In Persia, by Unknown
  • His young imagination was very much affected, and only lived in those remembrances. Cited from Dick Sand, by Jules Verne
  • Give love to all the girls and remembrances to all friends. Cited from Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee
  • It was very wrong of me, you know, to keep any remembrances, after he was married. Cited from Emma, by Jane Austen
  • Following the Remembrance meeting there may be one other Sunday meeting, or perhaps more.
  • The wife desires her best remembrances, and we all hope you are better. Cited from Thomas Henry Huxley Vol. 2, by Leonard Huxley
  • The Civil War Remembrance takes place towards the end of May every year.
  • And again his heart felt as if someone carried him far, far away, into the land of remembrances. Cited from The Three Comrades, by Kristina Roy
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Words starting with remembrance

Meaning of remembrance

  • noun The ability to recall past occurrences