OTHER WORDS FROM remembrancenon·re·mem·brance, noun
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How to use remembrance in a sentence
The famed chef received criticism for posting a remembrance of casino magnate and conservative donor Sheldon AdelsonThomas Keller Deletes Twitter Account After Latest Online Backlash|Luke Fortney|January 14, 2021|Eater
There they paused, many of them kneeling, for eight minutes and 46 seconds in remembrance of George Floyd.Pistols, a Hearse and Trucks Playing Chicken: Why Some Voters Felt Harassed and Intimidated at the Polls|by Adriana Gallardo, Maryam Jameel and Ryan McCarthy|December 4, 2020|ProPublica
They also show how closely tied space is to memory, in that somehow our brains tend to “pin down” specific remembrances to a particular location.How Do We Remember Places? This Study Used Lasers and VR to Point the Way|Shelly Fan|November 10, 2020|Singularity Hub
I think for many Korean Americans, the tenor of Chuseok’s guide to remembrance expands to their or their family’s immigrant experiences.
When confronted with new categories—farm animals—his neural circuits call upon those past remembrances, and seamlessly incorporate those memories with new learnings to update his mental model of the world.How a Memory Quirk of the Human Brain Can Galvanize AI|Shelly Fan|September 28, 2020|Singularity Hub
This is - we hope - the last Remembrance Day service which will be held involving UK troops in Afghanistan as the UK withdraws.
Diane von Furstenberg The iconic designer began her remarks with a remembrance of Oscar de la Renta, who died earlier in the week.
And that remembrance of and desire to cling to things past is what DISH Network is selling here.Welcome to the 2014 College Football Season: Exploitation, Florida State, and the Accused|Robert Silverman|August 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A remembrance of the zany, ad-libbing actor who made us laugh and cry.Robin Williams, Hollywood’s Grand Jester, Is Dead at 63|Marlow Stern|August 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I try to make her present, with memory or imagination, hopeful that our little remembrance will be for her a little resurrection.
O death, how bitter is the remembrance of thee to a man that hath peace in his possessions!
In the remembrance of them her expression and her attitude became charged with more definite meaning.Bella Donna|Robert Hichens
General Moreno's name was still held in warm remembrance in the city of Mexico, and Felipe found himself at once among friends.Ramona|Helen Hunt Jackson
Put me in remembrance, and let us plead together: tell if thou hast any thing to justify thyself.
And Peter calling to remembrance saith unto him, "Rabbi, behold the fig tree which thou cursedst is withered away."His Last Week|William E. Barton
British Dictionary definitions for remembrance
- the act of honouring some past event, person, etc
- (as modifier)a remembrance service