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- adj. Of, having, or relating to nostalgia.
- adj. Reminiscent of the speaker's childhood or younger years.
- n. A person who displays nostalgia for something.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to nostalgia; affected with nostalgia.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to, characteristic of, or affected with nostalgia; homesick.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. unhappy about being away and longing for familiar things or persons
It is value for the construction time, role-playing fun and a certain nostalgic value that sets it apart from most other toys.
The kind of "sanity" for which Stewart claims to be nostalgic is a thing of the past.
Lost in nostalgic souvenirs I ambled past les belles, snapping a few more photos along the way.
Quiet, episodic, and verging on nostalgic is how I explain Jim the Boy by Tony Earley.
T.M. Spooner's novel, Notes from Exile, is a lakeside story, and because it is, I feel a certain nostalgic empathy for the book.
Much of the setting and subtext of the Potter books reflects a certain nostalgic Englishness (even though, at a guess, Hogwarts is perhaps somewhere in Scotland ... or perhaps in the Pennines; Scotland seems likelier though), and far from the Pagan madness fundamentalists try to make the credulous believe is the central point of these books.
The borders and names have changed since it was made, but maps, like pictures and journals, have a built-in nostalgic quality that can never render them completely obsolete.
I figure any directory that doesn't have a valid entry for myself is not going to be that reliable, and while they have a certain nostalgic value, I don't need 'em any longer.
Review: Well told story, but it's a little too steeped in nostalgic reminiscing - obviously done for dramatic impact.
Hell, even rock stars and rappers rant about “old school” in nostalgic terms.