Eric promised quickly and harked back to the letters of introduction.
Lodge's plumage was varied, and, like his flight, harked back to race.
"No—" There was a tone in this which let me feel that her thoughts had harked back to Suzette.
We harked back to the days when I had first seen him in England.
As is the case with most reformers, he has harked back to the past for his future types.
Dan looked at it askance, and harked back to the sundial and education.
Startled by this, Cameron harked back to his most expressive Scotch.
I harked back to the sentence in which he had broken in on me.
He harked back then to his idea of the plain people, with homes to protect.
This, though, was after I had harked back to the days of my adolescence.