Examples of reminiscent in a Sentence
I'm in a reminiscent mood.
a sparkling winter day that was oddly reminiscent of summer in its cheering sunniness
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The bedroom has stripes that are reminiscent of awnings or beach towels — a nice, laid-back Florida reference.
Their style, reminiscent of 1960s Polish film posters, bear little resemblance to the originals, let alone works by their poster-producing peers.
In many ways, the Catalan independence proclamation is reminiscent of the July 2015 Greek referendum.
The drink is reminiscent of sitting next to a warm fireplace, Clark says—or getting marooned and hoping smoke signals will save you.
The failings in Myanmar are reminiscent of those of the UN’s mission in Sri Lanka at the end of the civil war in 2009 between the government and the Tamil Tigers, a guerrilla group.
The shield background is reminiscent of a lacrosse stick.
Saturday's performance by senior running back Austin Breunig in North Central College's season-opening win over Robert Morris was reminiscent of his 2015 breakout season.
Bourgeois’s piece is reminiscent of the Greek legend of Sisyphus, a king who was punished for his deceitfulness by being forced to push an enormous boulder up a hill.
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