Synonyms for reminiscent
Antonyms for reminiscent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REMINISCENT
Her face lit up with a reminiscent smile, and then clouded again.
Its humor is irresistible and reminiscent of the time when the reader was Seventeen.
He said that the air was too reminiscent of a place where he was severely gassed.
Robie was busy at his desk, and not in humor for conversation on reminiscent lines.
Geraldine gasped with reminiscent horror of that low-ceiled kitchen.
They sat in front of the log-house in the evening, Balderson mellow and reminiscent.
Ross made no comment, and the other went on, in a tone of reminiscent sadness.
It is reminiscent, with many differences, of an Algerian oasis.
“It was some walloping, too,” said Old Hundred, with a reminiscent grin.
But although subjugated and exorcised, she at least was reminiscent.
1705, from Latin reminiscentem (nominative reminiscens), present participle of reminisci "call to mind, remember" (see reminiscence). Related: Reminiscential (1640s).