recollecting

[ ree-kuh-lekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF recollecting

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Be encouraged by recollecting who observes and who can repay you.

Then, recollecting himself, he cried, 'Seize that boy and bring him here.'

They are in process of recollecting that which they learned before?

Then the season was over, she decided, and recollecting herself, gave her name.

"By him perhaps," said I, recollecting the scene I had witnessed soon after my arrival.

Then again, as if recollecting a task she had committed to memory, she answered.

I remarked, recollecting that when she had met her husband in secret she had worn a shawl.

I asked eagerly, recollecting my own case and that of Gabrielle Tennison.

And so, recollecting that statement of the colonists, he added this provision.

From our not recollecting the custom, all our other countrymen had been buried north and south.

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