adjective(well remembered when postpositive)
  1. recalled or having been recalled with affection, nostalgia, or vividness

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How to use well-remembered in a sentence

  • Yet she well remembered having given him an important commission not more than a year before her marriage.

    Marriage la mode | Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • By his side was Bob Berkley, and behind him was a red-headed Falin whom she well remembered.

  • Jack moaned, as the picture of what he had seen there that well-remembered night rose up before his mind.

  • Both had heard the well-remembered whir at the same moment, and bounded away several steps before pausing to look back.

    Two Boys in Wyoming | Edward S. Ellis
  • He spent his last years in our City, well remembered by many of the present generation.

    Historic Fredericksburg | John T. Goolrick