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put somebody in mind of somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishput somebody in mind of somebody/somethingput somebody in mind of somebody/something[not in progressive] formal to remind someone of someone or something The girl put me in mind of my own daughter. mind
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put somebody in mind of somebody/somethingThe fried bean curd put one in mind of oriental griddle cakes and needed the hot sauces to extract their inscrutable flavour.The Professor couldn't help thinking that he put him in mind of a young Jack Palance.What it put me in mind of was a very bad joke that once ran in my family.It put Luce in mind of a corrupt and rotting corpse.But they put me in mind of trees in November.
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