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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.

WORD ORIGIN

1705, from Latin reminiscentem (nominative reminiscens), present participle of reminisci "call to mind, remember" (see reminiscence). Related: Reminiscential (1640s).

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