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
Recent Examples of reminiscent from the Web
The Skripal case is reminiscent of the 2006 killing of another former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko who was poisoned in London with radioactive polonium-210.
The attack is reminiscent of the fatal poisoning in London of Alexander Litvinenko in 2006, probably on the orders of the Russian government.
The style of the artwork on the bodysuit is reminiscent of The Ren & Stimpy Show, one of her influences: clean outlines with an attention to gory details.
The warmth of that show was reminiscent of another artist who also dabbles in neo-lounge: Clairo, a young electro-pop singer with a suite of entrancing original songs.
But his back-and-forth on the matter was reminiscent of his waffling on immigration this year.
Missouri’s regular-season finale against Arkansas was reminiscent of its season-opening game against Iowa State.
Coach’s rainbow of Cs is reminiscent of your favorite bags from 2005 — just reimagined for the Instagram age.
The Avalon’s ceiling is reminiscent of a rural night sky, covered in hundreds of small lights.
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REMINISCENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reminiscent for English Language Learners
: reminding you of someone or something else : similar to something else
: thinking about the past : having many thoughts of the past
REMINISCENT Defined for Kids
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