recalling

[ verb ri-kawl; noun ri-kawl, ree-kawl for 7–9, 12, 13; ree-kawl for 10, 11 ]SEE DEFINITION OF recalling

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She was recalling the day she became engaged to Max, and the lost feeling she had had.

A strange look settled on her face; she was recalling a bitter experience.

"I thank you for recalling me to the world," said Maltravers, eagerly.

You will not be offended by my recalling this, after twenty years?'

Much obliged to you for recalling it so accurately and anticipating me.

He was recalling the conversation which had passed in the little room in the Strand.

Recalling my thoughts to the business in hand, I rested a moment.

She remembered Artois now, recalling his letter which she had found that day.

How odd it seemed to him that he should be recalling Carlyle up there in Keewatin!

It was like a warning voice, recalling the past, which urged him to distrust this man.

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