hark back to the Buffett Rule, another prime slice of collective madness orchestrated by the power elite.
Why do you think you decided to hark back to your high school days for this particular record?
Having explored this picturesque old pile, we hark back once more to the road.
You hark back to the different construction we put on her appearance that evening?
“Yes, you hark back,” the young man laughed, thankful for a formula.
And if we find ourselves on the wrong tack why then we'll hark back.
We had already abandoned two horses, and several others seemed quite done up; our only chance now was to hark back to the Gwelo.
The convict had lost the thread of his examination, and had to hark back.
Now we must hark back and see how the French armies to the right of the British were faring.
We must hark back on our own tracks first thing in the morning.
late 12c., from Old English *heorcian, perhaps an intensive form from base of hieran (see hear). Cf. talk/tale. Cognate with Old Frisian harkia "listen," Middle Dutch horken, Old High German horechon, German horchen. To hark back (1829) originally referred to hounds returning along a track when the scent has been lost, till they find it again. Related: Harked; harking.