memento

[ muh-men-toh ]SEE DEFINITION OF memento

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MEMENTO

On the face of a rich man's heir is written the rich man's memento mori!

His memento mori was in his bed-chamber, and sat by him at his frugal meal.

She had been his wife's friend and, as such, he had given her that silver vinaigrette as a memento.

"I want this stick as a memento of him," answered the gentleman, sweetly.

"Then it is only a memento," I stammered, with very evident feeling.

When his work was done and he was about to leave the convent, the cook begged a memento.

I chipped off a piece of the rock, however, to carry home as a memento.

I was thunderstruck at this, for it was the only memento that I had of her.

I brought it with me when we came here as a kind of memento to show him.

They are all pearls of great price, or may be you would wish for some memento of me.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MEMENTO

memorial

nounmonument, testimonial in honor, praise
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