unreminiscent

unreminiscent

(ˌʌnˌrɛmɪˈnɪsənt)
adj
not reminiscent; not tending to remind one of something or someone
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The Arabic cover's background is a solid green of a shade not entirely unreminiscent of the Saudi flag.
not unreminiscent of the barbarous days of the so-called Mosaic period," and accused the Zionists of prejudice against dark-skinned Jews.
not unreminiscent of the barbarous days to the so-called Mosaic period." Schuyler was rebuked in a long editorial in his own newspaper.
36), a fog-filled Chinese-like landscape that is not unreminiscent of the marsh in Murnau's Sunrise (1927) (FIG.
The idea isn't wholly unreminiscent of what Christopher Lane has described as Leo Bersani's "most radical vision of emancipated desire." Christopher Lane, Uncertain Terms of Pleasure, 42.4 Mod.
Whatever she might think of, lying on this high bed, her smile was for the present and for Henrietta: an unreminiscent smile" (50).
not unreminiscent of the barbarous days of the so-called Mosaic period." In a final shot, he pilloried European Jews as prejudiced against their dark-skinned Middle Eastern brethren.(140)
'Unreminiscent' of those leaves now, the trees are not grieved by their loss.