Thesaurus / hark back

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It was of no use to hark back to the revival and the heart-quaking experiences of a year agone.

The QuickeningFrancis Lynde

Let us now hark back to the blue-cow, beautiful and breathless.

"Here, let's hark back to the ordinary conduct of material existence," she said.

The Far HorizonLucas Malet

Let us hark back now, and from the opposite side see what was its first beginning.

But in the main one has to hark back to former generations, if one would feel the real spirit of romance and tradition.

Dumas' ParisFrancis Miltoun

You are excellently placed, and you have plenty of time to hark back, if you'll only listen to reason.

Phineas FinnAnthony Trollope

He must hark back to earlier days—his school-time, the six months he spent in Devonshire with a coach before he came up to New.

Alas!Rhoda Broughton

But—to hark back to the butcher and apothecary—verses are perennially made upon Pg 149Mr.

Adventures in CriticismSir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

The underlying reason for morality is always the same, and we are compelled to hark back to it for justification.

Theism or AtheismChapman Cohen

Now we must hark back and pick up the threads of the story which we dropped at the end of Chapter IX.

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