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Synonyms for remindful

serving to bring to mind

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Remindful of the "trainwreck" term used lately to describe the National Marine Fisheries Service, the wreckfish is a big fish that lives deep, for the sole benefit, it is decreed, of the commercial industry.
Figure 1: Pseudoantonyms with the prefix RE-: MINDFUL ~ REMINDFUL MOVE ~ REMOVE PINE ~ REPINE SEARCH ~ RESEARCH SOUND ~ RESOUND SOLVE ~ RESOLVE VIEW ~ REVIEW
Weaver figures to take the ball to open the season against Minnesota on Monday at Angel Stadium, an honor symbolic of his ascent to the top of the rotation, but also remindful that the Angels no longer have John Lackey, the veteran ace who now pitches for the Boston Red Sox.
One must be remindful of any potential age differences that might exist between professors and most of their students.
A case quite remindful of the ultra-spoilt Miss Paris Hilton.
Our collective unconscious is that of a sailor, retired, remindful, nostalgic.
Thus the life of this world for the heedless is nothing but play and pastime, (122) but Muslims are commanded to transcend that situation by being remindful of the fact that the world is the seedbed of the Hereafter (al-dunya mazra'at al-akhirah).
These and other parts of Living at Night are remindful of an earlier Chilean work-writer Diamela Eltit's and photographer Paz Errazuriz's El infarto del alma (1994)--that focuses on the existences and relationships between inmates in an asylum in Putaendo, Chile, for those deemed "psychologically disturbed.
The Comptroller General also was in a remindful mood this past year, stressing the importance of evaluating all proposals fairly and in an unbiased manner.
Rapturous joy was remindful of religious euphoria, as in Pentecostal women of the 1930s.
The preceding crime is remindful of roadside bombers because in both cases it does not matter for the perpetrator who is killed in the vehicles as long as someone of a resented class of people is killed, whether an automobile owner or an infidel.
Jamaica's economic prospects are remindful of the title of Richard Farina's 1960s novel ``Been Down So Long Seems Like Up to Me''.
Helione is the mirror image of Rachilde: she has blond hair (Rachilde had dyed her hair blond after the success of Monsieur Venus), an unhinged spiritualist companion who is remindful of Rachilde's table-rapping mother Gabrielle, and, like Rachilde, a favorite cat she is always stroking and with which she claims to have a mysterious affinity.
His duck hunting was remindful of Michael Dukakis' Snoopy pix in the tank.
Not one character that might be remindful of their own experience or somebody they might know?