[ri-mahynd-fuh l]


reviving memory of something; reminiscent.
retaining memory of something; mindful.

Origin of remindful

First recorded in 1800–10; remind + -ful Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for remindful

Historical Examples of 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.

  • 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.

British Dictionary definitions for remindful



serving to remind
(postpositive) bearing in mind; mindful
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