- n. Plural form of reminiscence.
“It consist of 60 years of recipes and reminiscences from the life of a Nebraska farmwife, Alice Mickish Hendrickson.”
“He ended up getting two weeks of excellent on-camera reminiscences from the great director.”
“No letter home survives, and barely a handful of reminiscences from the people who knew him there.”
“What comes through in so many of our reminiscences is the theme of time spent on our own or with other kids.”
“One hesitates to credit these so - called reminiscences which tell how he absorbed mountains of Greek and immense quantities of political economy and history and sociology and various forms of metaphysics, as every Scotsman is bound to do.”
“His reminiscences were a happy combination of pathos and humor.”
“He was very fond of recalling reminiscences of our childhood, especially what he characterized as “the great Fulledge railway swindle.””
“Its occupants looked at every scene with interest, recalling reminiscences of former days at every turn of the road, and looking out eagerly for the chimneys of the village, which lay at the bottom of the valley.”
“_Literary Journal_ think when he recalls the reminiscences of those bygone days -- days that were spent in edifying and agreeable association with men and women whose names are inscribed on the roll of Scotland's illustrious sons and daughters.”
“She would convince him that a woman of her age is more difficult to please than a girl, and is not to be led off her feet by a few impertinently recalled reminiscences, nor to be won by the tardy wag of a finger.”
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