- remington, eliphalet,
- remington, frederic,
Origin of reminiscence
Examples from the Web for reminiscence
A scene about Townsend will slip into a reminiscence about his childhood, or a forecasting of his death.American Dreams, 2003: The Known World by Edward P. Jones|Nathaniel Rich|November 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The photo-sharing app that was recently sold to Facebook for a billion dollars (yes, with a “b”) also peddles in reminiscence.As Americans Yen for a More Promising Past, Obama Charges Forward|Judith Grey|June 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
When a reminiscence got going in the Back Trace, nights, it worked like a freestyle morphine jazz.Must Reads: Kennedy, Sontag and Paris, ‘A Partial History of Lost Causes,’ ‘City of Bohane,’ ‘Flatscreen’|Lauren Elkin, Mythili Rao, Drew Toal, Nicholas Mancusi|April 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Elimination is your watchword, whether chucking 20th century memorabilia or relationships hinged on reminiscence.
Lois and Frank's suicide pact in the series finale—as they reminiscence about halcyon days—is a chance for peace and release.
Then a reminiscence, which had never before failed to rouse indignation in her, made her laugh.Cashel Byron's Profession|George Bernard Shaw
Sensing this drift I opened the hour of reminiscence and told some of my experiences in the jungle of southern Mexico.Tales of lonely trails|Zane Grey
The doctrine of reminiscence is also a fragment of a former world, which has no place in the philosophy of modern times.Phaedo|Plato
I should have liked to preserve of you the reminiscence of an excellent friend.The Red Lily, Complete|Anatole France
A reminiscence of this incident is also found in Steel-Temple, No.Filipino Popular Tales|Dean S. Fansler
1580s, "act of remembering," from Middle French reminiscence (14c.) and directly from Late Latin reminiscentia "remembrance, recollection" (a loan-translation of Greek anamnesis), from Latin reminiscentem (nominative reminiscens), present participle of reminisci "remember, recall to mind," from re- "again" (see re-) + minisci "to remember," from root of mens "mind," from PIE root *men- "mind, understanding, reason" (see mind (n.)). Meaning "a recollection of something past" is attested from 1811.