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Synonyms for reminiscent

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

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serving to bring to mind

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The shapes were reminiscent both of Pilobolus and of the playful transformation of dance in the twenties, when the Paris-based Ballets Suedois was making ballet distinctly less Russian.
The valley is suddenly contained by a force reminiscent of its origins; the great grey wall of galvanised steel which confronts the shallow curve is glacier-like in its implacability, but is pierced by a gap containing the shaft of a spiral stair.
Much of the action centers on the girls' attendance at a weekend music festival in middle of a fruit tree farm, a setting reminiscent of Woodstock, and their encounters with rock stars and other hangers-on as they sort out their feelings and responses to the boys who cross their paths.
"The scene is reminiscent of a European city like Heidelberg or Basel, Switzerland," said Perrine proudly.
With shapes reminiscent of the Apollo lunar landers, viruses called bacteriophages settle onto a bacterium and inject their genes.
Kubrick's somber dystopian visions evoke a social reality, but with Althoff a spiritualized, rather transcendental atmosphere prevails, reminiscent of Rudolf Steiner's 1992 book, An Outline of Occult Science.
Soon more women enter as harem girls (the cast numbers thirty dancers, including six soloists from the Kirov), hands linked in a chain that quickly disperses into small groupings reminiscent of Les Sylphides.
Grania's early learning is reminiscent of Helen Keller's history, in her frustrations and rewards.
The use of cornices, belt Coursing, and pavilions with a hipped roof are all elements reminiscent of the Palladian style.
Her talented storytelling is reminiscent of Florence Ladd's "Sarah's Psalm." Roy gives her readers a moving story of sisterhood that overcomes the travails of international struggle.
7 Peter Fischli & David Weiss (untitled, 1994-95, Swiss Pavilion, Venice Biennale, 1995) It is certainly an agreeable effect to observe a video work without having to stand or sit in the dark, and Fischli & Weiss's installation is reminiscent of the atmosphere of a train station's waiting room or an airport departure lounge.
An approximately 8,400-year-old skeleton, discovered in Washington State in 1996, quickly gained renown for having a skull more reminiscent of Europeans than of Native Americans or their presumed northeastern Asian ancestors.
Marshall's Central Figure, perhaps the most interesting piece, combined a fluidity and simplicity reminiscent of Lucinda Childs (a parallel heightened by the excellently played Philip Glass String Quartet no.
Granger's police procedural is reminiscent of a Christie novel, with dirty deeds done in a small English town.
More visitors are learning about Manati Park, a small zoo reminiscent of early Ocean World, where a limited number of people can swim with dolphins, but there are no manatees.