Remembrance may be voluntary or involuntary; a thing is brought to remembrance or we call it to remembrance; the same is true of memory. They built a monument in memory of their dead leader. Copy the code below and paste it where you want the visualization of this word to be shown on your page:. Recollection involves volition, the mind making a distinct effort to recall something, or fixing the attention actively upon it when recalled. The examples of such men never die, but, like their memories, are immortal.
Her memory is full of interesting stories. Search bad memory and thousands of other words in English definition and synonym dictionary from Reverso. Not all the memories of that early day are quite unspotted by remorse. The boys returned to their memories of insult, as they regarded the police force. These were not among his memories He deeply woulded that he could—and lo! It makes another link between us, like the memories of our childhood. The tide of memories was setting in now—the drift back to the old mooring. You can complete the list of synonyms of bad memory given by the English Thesaurus dictionary with other English dictionaries: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster.
Memories of the past are whispering to him: 'Choose the flower. She alone was left, heir to all the memories and tragedies of the house. He said the whole poem from memory. Reminiscence is a half-dreamy memory of scenes or events long past; retrospection is a distinct turning of the mind back upon the past, bringing long periods under survey. .
If it had happened yesterday, the thing could not be fresher in their memories. Significant cholinergic dysfunctions occur in the aged and demented central nervous system, relationships between these changes and loss of memory exist, similar memory deficits can be artificially induced by blocking cholinergic mechanisms in young subjects, and under certain tightly controlled conditions reliable memory improvements in aged subjects can be achieved after cholinergic stimulation. Retrospection is to reminiscence much what recollection is to remembrance. Like a haunted house, its walls are ever echoing to unseen feet. When she had recently insisted that the same man had been at the head of her father's creatures in an attempt to rescue her, both von Horn and Professor Maxon scoffed at the idea, until at last she was convinced that the fright and the firelight had conspired to conjure in her brain the likeness of one who was linked by memory to another time of danger and despair. Plato perceived that the contemplative maiden was busy with memories of the past.
Through the broken casements we watch the flitting shadow of the dead, and the saddest shadows of them all are the shadows of our own dead selves —Jerome K. . . . . . .
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