- reviving memory of something; reminiscent.
- retaining memory of something; mindful.
Origin of remindful
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Examples from the Web for remindful
“The fishmonger be—” Grizel coughed audibly, remindful of responsibilities towards the young.Lady Cassandra
Mrs George de Horne Vaizey
He was speaking and his great voice echoed in what was remindful of a thunderous prayer.Quest of the Golden Ape
Remindful of telephone instructions, she attired herself with especial care, and was agreeably conscious that she looked her best.What a Man Wills
Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
Lavis saw Andie brace his legs, and then, remindful and resentful, bound back to his station and set a hand to each of two levers.Sonnie-Boy's People
James B. Connolly
The old man's face, remindful now of his daughter's, was a picture of dismayed incertitude.The City of Numbered Days
- serving to remind
- (postpositive) bearing in mind; mindful
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