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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.]
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|Adv.||1.||reminiscently - in a reminiscent manner; "she spoke reminiscently of her days in college"|
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reminiscently[ˌrɛmɪˈnɪs/əntlɪ] adv (smile) → in preda ai ricordi
to talk reminiscently of → parlare nostalgicamente di
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