reminiscences


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His reminiscences of good cheer, however ancient the date of the actual banquet, seemed to bring the savour of pig or turkey under one's very nostrils.
His mind was ever occupied with reminiscences of Meriem and the happy years that they had spent together.
Every man has reminiscences which he would not tell to everyone, but only to his friends.
Dear mother," interposed Renee, "you know very well it was agreed that all these disagreeable reminiscences should forever be laid aside.
Always in my reminiscences I find something which is inexplicable, yet strongly attractive-so much so that for hours together I remain insensible to my surroundings, oblivious of reality.
But, long afterwards, when she has been more years a widow than a wife, that smile recurs, and flickers across all her reminiscences of Wakefield's visage.
Cotton Mather had several conversations with me, and derived great benefit from my historical reminiscences.
So Adam got on his horse again and rode to the town, putting up at the old inn and taking a hasty dinner there in the company of the too chatty landlord, from whose friendly questions and reminiscences he was glad to escape as soon as possible and set out towards Sloman's End.
no doubt you both have many pleasant reminiscences of your schooldays to talk over together.
An' that, o' course, kinder hove him outer water, Julluk runnin' a craft ashore; hove him right aout, I take it, to rememberin' Johnstown an' Jacob Boiler an' such-like reminiscences.
These reminiscences and associations, together with the tendency to heartbreak natural to a young man for the first time out of his native sphere, caused Giovanni to sigh heavily as he looked around the desolate and ill-furnished apartment.
Her aunt had drawn in--her failing interest in the table mats and lampshades was a sign of that--and she had not been able to mingle in society or to entertain it alone; so that the matter of her reminiscences struck one as an old world altogether.
We are obliged to become vaguely poetic, or to take refuge in Scriptural reminiscences.
It was warm, and none of them connected her withdrawal with the reminiscences of the dairyman.
Cut out the athletic reminiscences and come to the point.