- n. Plural form of memento.
“I have a guest room full of mementos from a very bad year of death.”
“The bestower of these documents and mementos is alive and well at 81 and, naturally, pleasantly surprised.”
“Among the mementos is a DVD that dramatizes SAVAK crimes as a large CIA symbol moves across the screen.66 The message is clear, to those on my tour, and to the busloads of students and others who were lining up outside for the next time slot: America collaborated in the suffering of Iranians.”
“Among the mementos were a buffalo nickel and a Lincoln-head penny; a tiny locket; a blue ribbon won at a county fair for home canning; a thin ring set with a few garnets, one missing; a bit of ivory that could be nothing but a baby tooth, probably that of her firstborn.”
“The soldiers said they intended to keep the prisoner abuse photographs as "mementos" to recall their deployment in Afghanistan, according to an Army criminal investigation.”
“We once spent an afternoon in his basement looking through them, and they'd be just the kind of mementos to cheer him.”
“The paper sources called the garments "mementos" but did not say from which alleged victims they were taken.”
“Frank told me that she protested on the grounds of having too many 'mementos' to move.”
“Tomorrow afternoon a representative of the band-widely hailed as alternative rock's answer to Van Hagar-will be going around Chicago dropping off tickets and "mementos," as the press release says, at different sites.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘mementos’.
words that evoke magic, mystery, mayhem, magnificence or anything else that glimmers in the grass
Things of a vestigial nature.
Looking for tweets for mementos.