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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreminiscentrem‧i‧nis‧cent /ˌreməˈnɪsənt/ ●○○ adjective  1 reminiscent of something2 REMEMBER literary thinking about the past Her face wore a reminiscent smile.
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reminiscentOur understanding of development is at a stage reminiscent of genetics in the 1930s.The boy had grown sturdy and handsome, his green eyes and dark hair so reminiscent of his father.Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario positively demolished her opponents with a ruthlessness reminiscent of Navratilova's great rival of the 1980's, Chris Evert.For Oldenberg it was reminiscent of Tatlin's tower and should have incorporated a telescopic element.Their jumbled stories are reminiscent of the black-bordered figures typical of so-called Figuration Libre.Experts see the rise in borrowing as disturbingly reminiscent of the credit boom in the 1980s.Households in the Coventry area report that they are being subjected to intimidation reminiscent of this time."Those were the days, " agreed Barrow with a reminiscent sigh.
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