remembrancer[ ri-mem-bruh n-ser ]SEE DEFINITION OF remembrancer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REMEMBRANCER
Then indeed are our clothes a remembrancer of our lost innocency.
The glimpse was worth something, as a remembrancer, but that was all.
I had a remembrancer within, which I did not presently know of.
The “Remembrancer” consisted of 80 pages, and was published at eighteenpence.
Some account of this affair is given in the Remembrancer for 1776, Vol.
To man a rocking-chair is a remembrancer of a mother's affection.
Seannachaidh (shennachie), Reciter of old tales, recorder, remembrancer.
Almon's Remembrancer : "'Common Sense' is read by all ranks; and as many as read, so many become converted."
That nonconformity will remain a goad and remembrancer, and every inquirer will have to dispose of him, in the first place.
One of the main duties of the archæologist is thus lost sight of: his duty as Interpreter and Remembrancer of the Past.