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Synonyms for reminiscent

Synonyms for reminiscent

tending to bring a memory, mood, or image, for example, subtly or indirectly to mind

Synonyms for reminiscent

serving to bring to mind

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The golden year was dying as it had lived, a beautiful and unrepentant voluptuary, and reminiscent rapture and content freighted heavily the air.
He stood with puzzled frown, reminiscent for several minutes, unsuccessful.
A delicate pathos perfumed her disconnected remarks, giving them unexpected beauty, just as in the decaying autumn woods there sometimes rise odours reminiscent of spring.
Sillerton Jackson with his reminiscent smile, "such things were pretty openly tolerated.
Somehow or other, these spring flowers, stiffly set out and with shrivelled edges--a little reminiscent of the last east wind--still seemed to him, in their perfume at any rate, to being him memories of his own country.
The time we bought God's picture from Jerry Cowan--the time Dan ate the poison berries--the time we heard the ghostly bell ring--the bewitchment of Paddy--the visit of the Governor's wife--and the night we were lost in the storm--all awaken reminiscent jest and laughter; but none more than the recollection of the Sunday Peg Bowen came to church and sat in our pew.