Examples of remembrance in a Sentence
a happy couple with many fond remembrances of when they were dating in college
she gave her boyfriend on the eve of his military service one of her lockets as a remembrance of their abiding affection
Recent Examples of remembrance from the Web
Respect enveloped the pulsating Camp Nou ahead of kick-off, with all players, coaching staff and supporters offering their remembrance to former Barcelona striker Enrique Castro Gonzalez, or Quini, who passed away late last month at the age of 68.
The namesake for Winslow’s Wine Cafe and Winslow’s Wine Cellar died three years ago, and still receives a fond remembrance and toast by friends and family.
In remembrance of the victims of the tragic event at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Big Fun's closing announcement on Facebook, (click above), has drawns tons of comments and remembrances.
Friends are welcome to join the family for a time of visitation and friendship at the Holmes-Watkins Funeral Home, 400 Main St. in Manchester, on Saturday, February 17th, 2018, from 1:00pm-3:00pm, with a service of remembrance to begin at 3:00pm.
The 2,500-word remembrance offers an unusually revealing portrait of a sitting federal judge, famously known as a group for their extreme reticence in discussing their personal lives.
This is reminiscent of the second stage of recovery, known as remembrance and mourning.
Days of remembrance, days honoring important moments in your family, and days when other people in your family were married might be off limits to avoid having two different celebrations on the same day.
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First Known Use of remembrance
Synonym Discussion of remembrance
- gifted with a remarkable memory
- that incident was now just a distant memory
- any remembrance of his deceased wife was painful
- after a moment's recollection he produced the name
- my grandmother's reminiscences of her Iowa girlhood
REMEMBRANCE Defined for English Language Learners
REMEMBRANCE Defined for Kids
Definition of remembrance for Students
- My remembrance of the party made me laugh.
- … the sight of the ax brought back only a fleeting remembrance of Rubin's accident.
- —Wilson Rawls, Where the Red Fern Grows
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