Thesaurus / reminds


The old ones hate being 'Miss-ed'—reminds them of their age, you see.

Happy HouseBetsey Riddle, Freifrau von Hutten zum Stolzenberg

It reminds him, not of watering little budding flowers, but of wrestling for hours with gigantic angels and devils.

A Miscellany of MenG. K. Chesterton

He reminds us that although cemeteries are entirely absent from Assyria, Chaldæa is full of them.

I do not know why, but Mr. Caspian reminds me of an iron fence.

The Lightning Conductor Discovers AmericaC. N. (Charles Norris) Williamson and A. M. (Alice Muriel) Williamson

However or wherever a man may be placed, it is the great book that reminds him Who he is.

The Lost Art of ReadingGerald Stanley Lee

That reminds me of the man who was waiting in Waterford Station on March 12th, and to pass the time had a ham sandwich at the bar.

There is his guitar, that he always leaves here, and it reminds me of him and his ways.

A Roman SingerF. Marion Crawford

It reminds one of a boat when, before the breaking of the storm, hatches are closed up and sails are trimmed.

Everything at Tara, even its present desolation, is full of interest, and reminds us of the days “when Cormac was in his glory.”

He reminds us that, however literature starts, these are the points toward which it moves, the paths it takes.

The Greatest English ClassicCleland Boyd McAfee


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