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rem·i·nis·cent

 (rĕm′ə-nĭs′ənt)
adj.
1. Having the quality of or containing reminiscence.
2. Inclined to engage in reminiscence.
3. Tending to recall or suggest something in the past: an evening reminiscent of happier times.

[Latin reminīscēns, reminīscent-, present participle of reminīscī, to recollect; see men- in Indo-European roots.]

rem′i·nis′cent·ly adv.

reminiscent

(ˌrɛmɪˈnɪsənt)
adj
1. (foll by: of) stimulating memories (of) or comparisons (with)
2. characterized by reminiscence
3. (of a person) given to reminiscing
[C18: from Latin reminiscī to call to mind, from re- + mēns mind]
ˌremiˈniscently adv

rem•i•nis•cent

(ˌrɛm əˈnɪs ənt)

adj.
1. awakening memories of something similar; suggestive (usu. fol. by of): a style reminiscent of Hemingway's.
2. characterized by or of the nature of reminiscence.
3. given to reminiscing.
[1755–65; < Latin reminiscent-, s. of reminiscēns, present participle of reminiscī to recollect]
rem`i•nis′cent•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.reminiscent - serving to bring to mind; "cannot forbear to close on this redolent literary note"- Wilder Hobson; "a campaign redolent of machine politics"
mindful, aware - bearing in mind; attentive to; "ever mindful of her health"; "mindful of his responsibilities"; "mindful of these criticisms, I shall attempt to justify my action"

reminiscent

adjective suggestive, evocative, redolent, remindful, similar a gesture somehow reminiscent of royalty

reminiscent

adjective
Tending to bring a memory, mood, or image, for example, subtly or indirectly to mind:
Translations

reminiscent

[ˌremɪˈnɪsənt] ADJ
1. (= nostalgic) → nostálgico
to be in a reminiscent moodponerse nostálgico
2. to be reminiscent ofrecordar
that bit is reminiscent of Rossiniese trozo recuerda a or tiene reminiscencia de Rossini
that's reminiscent of another old jokeeso suena a otro conocido chiste

reminiscent

[ˌrɛmɪˈnɪsənt] adj
to be reminiscent of sth → rappeler qch, faire penser à qch

reminiscent

adj
to be reminiscent of somethingan etw (acc)erinnern; a style reminiscent of Shakespeareein an Shakespeare erinnernder Stil
(= reminiscing) personin Erinnerungen versunken or vertieft; smileerinnernd; style, chapternostalgisch; to be feeling reminiscent, to be in a reminiscent moodin nostalgischer Stimmung sein; we listened to him speaking, quietly reminiscenttief in Erinnerungen versunken, hörten wir ihm zu

reminiscent

[ˌrɛmɪˈnɪsnt] adj reminiscent ofche ricorda, che fa venire in mente
References in classic literature ?
His voice became soft and reminiscent, and with a sigh of contentment he launched into a long rambling talk, speaking as one lost in a dream.
She did not interrupt his flow of reminiscent criticism; when he paused for breath, she said, quietly:
Of these older people many wear clothing reminiscent in some detail of home--an embroidered waistcoat or stomacher, or a gaily colored handkerchief, or a coat with large cuffs and fancy buttons.
With a soft reminiscent sigh suggestive of bygone joys that may be tasted in their freshness but once.
To sane people she is not reminiscent of any work of art.
She proceeded in a reminiscent mood, with a faint flash of gaiety all over her face, except her dark blue eyes that moved so seldom out of their fixed scrutiny of things invisible to other human beings.
A delicate pathos perfumed her disconnected remarks, giving them unexpected beauty, just as in the decaying autumn woods there sometimes rise odours reminiscent of spring.
He's looked that way ever since he had his smash-up; and that's twenty-four years ago come next February," Harmon threw out between reminiscent pauses.
The door was open, and at the other side of the table was standing a large, black-bearded, shirt-sleeved man, in an attitude rather reminiscent of Ajax defying the lightning.
Sillerton Jackson with his reminiscent smile, "such things were pretty openly tolerated.
probably Christmas), may be reminiscent of that summer morning wrongfully taken from him when he got into the lane among the felled trees, where there was a barn and barley.
Barry were over that affair," concluded Anne, with reminiscent laughter.