reminiscential


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reminiscential

(ˌrɛmɪnɪˈsɛntɪəl)
adj
of or relating to reminiscence or remembrance
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(47.) Daniel Drake, Pioneer Life in Kentucky, 1785-1800: A Series of Reminiscential Letters from Daniel Drake, MD of Cincinnati to his Children (Cincinnati: Clark and Co., 1870), 176.
The term 'reminiscential', while resonant in itself, might function better if distantiated, or at least differentiated, from the brimming vocabulary of memory, the mnemonic, and the anamnesic.
The pieces from The Stephanian are predominantly reminiscential. Their value lies in giving us an insight into the atmosphere at the college, and the formative influence of the college journal, Kooler Talk.