Definition of Remembrances

1. Noun. (plural of remembrance) ¹



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Definition of Remembrances

1. remembrance [n] - See also: remembrance

Lexicographical Neighbors of Remembrances

remember oneself
rememberability
rememberable
rememberance
remembered
rememberer
rememberers
rememberest
remembereth
remembering
remembers
remembr'd
remembrance
remembrancer
remembrancers
remembrances (current term)
remembraunce
remembraunces
remembre
remembred
remembres
remembrest
remembreth
remembring
remembrynge
rememorate
rememorated
rememorates
rememorating
rememoration

Literary usage of Remembrances

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Memories of an Old Actor by Walter Moore Leman (1886)
"TT /TTH the opening of the Tremont Theatre, \\ in the city of Boston, in the year, commenced my theatrical life; but my remembrances of the theatre and the ..."

2. Dreams by Henri Bergson (1914)
"Certain useless recollections, or dream remembrances, manage nevertheless to appear also, and to form a vague fringe around the distinct recollections. ..."

3. The Works of Alexander Hamilton: Containing His Correspondence, and His by Alexander Hamilton (1850)
"Eliza joins me in affectionate remembrances to Lady Kitty. Farewell. LEE TO HAMILTON. MY DEAR SIR: • RICHMOND, 6th May, 1792. I had your letter delivered to ..."

4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1888)
"... the lives of his contemporaries, so far as law and good manners will let him ; Personal remembrances of Sir Frederick Pollock. London : Macmillan. ..."

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