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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnostalgicnos‧tal‧gic /nɒˈstældʒɪk $ nɑː-/ ●○○ adjective  REMEMBERif you feel nostalgic about a time in the past, you feel happy when you remember it, and in some ways you wish that things had not changed Seeing those old school photographs has made me feel quite nostalgic. a nostalgic look back at the 1950snostalgic about He remained nostalgic about his days as a young actor.nostalgically /-kli/ adverb Tim spoke nostalgically of his first visit to Peru.
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nostalgicMany of these old newsreels will make people feel nostalgic.Such a restriction on land coming on to the market is irrelevant, but nostalgic.The gold-winning Country Living entry celebrated her work with a nostalgic cottage-garden full of lupins, irises and climbing roses."Radio Hour" is a nostalgic look at radio programs of the 1940s.The recollection of the summer evening sunlight coming through the large window behind the preacher's head evokes many nostalgic memories.His 50-year-old lived-in face smiled not out of embarrassment, rather out of nostalgic reflection.It may be that few people who were there have devoted much time to nostalgic reminiscence.She even peddles her line of nostalgic shirts on line.feel ... nostalgicAfter seven straight losses here, and almost eight, no one in the traveling party was feeling too nostalgic.Was it little kids, or adults in their 40s and 50s who were feeling nostalgic?When you feel nostalgic for a change, it's time to head for the hills.Some people even feel nostalgic for the Mao era.
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