Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of remember.

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Examples

  • Eotens_), 1142; so, hond gemunde fǣhðo genōge (_his hand remembered strife enough_), 2490; ne ge-munde mago Ecglāfes þæt ... (_remembered not that which_ ...), 1466; pret.pl. helle gemundon in mōd-sefan (_their thoughts_

    Beowulf

  • Eotens_), 1142; so, hond gemunde fæhðo genôge (_his hand remembered strife enough_), 2490; ne ge-munde mago Ecglâfes þät ... (_remembered not that which_ ...), 1466; pret.pl. helle gemundon in môd-sefan (_their thoughts_

    Beowulf

  • And Anita Hill is acting like a woman who wants her name remembered.

    For Anita Hill, The Clarence Thomas Hearings Haven't Really Ended

  • But I was also craving cinnamon rolls - the super yummy, ever-so-slightly gooey, tear apart and devour while still warm delights that I remembered from the breakfast buffets we had after a sleepover night at one of my childhood friend's houses.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • The reason I know your story was great was that I was still thinking about it this morning when I woke up ... and I remembered the French word.

    main - French Word-A-Day

  • Tickled, I found her jack-o-lantern smile, enormous eyes, and high-pointed eyebrows told of a darker, wittier person than I remembered from the movies.

    Sam Wasson: La Dolce Vita, More Dolce Than Ever

  • But little remembered is that Mr. Allen also won the Olympic-distance world championship triathlon in 1989.

    Ironman to Get Less Exclusive

  • The kid with the rifle I remembered from a Hunter Safety Course I assisted in Alamogordo NM.

    What is the scarest situation that you have ever been in or what is the scarest thing that happened to you while you were huntin

  • Martin remembered how that same world-mob, having read him and acclaimed him and not understood him in the least, had, abruptly, a few months later, flung itself upon him and torn him to pieces.

    Chapter 46

  • But, of course, as bloggers become more established, well supported by ads or others, they will face the same temptation – not of lust or greed, but of sloth, which it must be remembered is considered a deadly sin, and for good reason.

    Matthew Yglesias » Question to Ponder

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