remembrance

  • 1 Remembrance — Re*mem brance ( brans), n. [OF. remembrance.] [1913 Webster] 1. The act of remembering; a holding in mind, or bringing to mind; recollection. [1913 Webster] Lest fierce remembrance wake my sudden rage. Milton. [1913 Webster] Lest the remembrance… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 remembrance — 1 *memory, recollection, reminiscence, mind, souvenir Antonyms: forgetfulness 2 Remembrance, remembrancer, reminder, memorial, memento, token, keepsake, souvenir denote something that serves to keep a person or thing in mind. Remembrance and the… …

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  • 3 Remembrance — is the act of remembering, the ability to remember or a memorial. It may refer to:*Remembrance Day, a commemorative day *Remembrance, a 2001 Canadian short film *Remembrance (USA band), a Christian metalcore band *Remembrance (band), a funeral… …

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  • 4 Remembrance — Données clés Réalisation Colin Gregg Scénario Hugh Stoddart Acteurs principaux John Altman Al Ashton Gary Oldman Timothy Spall Pete Lee Wilson Pays d’origine …

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  • 5 remembrance — ⇒REMEMBRANCE, subst. fém. Vieilli, littér. Ce qui revient à l esprit, fortuitement ou volontairement, des expériences passées. Synon. souvenir2. Petit à petit, [il] en était arrivé tout bêtement à réfléchir (...) sur son passé. Quelles… …

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  • 6 Remembrance — студийный альбом …

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  • 7 remembrance — keepsake, souvenir, early 15c., from Fr. remembrance (11c.), from remembrer (see REMEMBER (Cf. remember)). Remembrance Day, the Sunday nearest Nov. 11 (originally in memory of the dead of World War I) is attested from 1921 …

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  • 8 remembrance — [n1] memory, recollection afterthought, anamnesis, flash*, flashback*, hindsight*, mental image, mind, recall, recognition, reconstruction, regard, reminiscence, retrospect, thought; concepts 40,529 Ant. forgotten remembrance [n2] gift,… …

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  • 9 remembrance — Remembrance. subst. f. v. du verbe Remembrer qui n a plus aucun usage. Souvenir. J en ay quelque remembrance. Il est vieux, & ne se dit plus qu en plaisantant …

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  • 10 remembrance — [ri mem′brəns] n. [ME < OFr: see REMEMBER & ANCE] 1. a remembering or being remembered 2. the power to remember 3. something remembered; memory 4. the extent of time over which one can remember 5. an object th …

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  • 11 remembrance — I (commemoration) noun acclaim, aggrandizement, celebration, ceremony, commendation, consecration, dignification, elevation, enshrinement, exaltation, glorification, holiday, homage, honoring, immortalization, keepsake, memento, memorial,… …

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  • 12 remembrance — Remembrance, Imago, Effigies, Simulachrum …

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  • 13 remembrance — ► NOUN 1) the action of remembering. 2) a memory. 3) a thing kept or given as a reminder or in commemoration of someone …

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  • 14 remembrance — UK [rɪˈmembrəns] / US noun Word forms remembrance : singular remembrance plural remembrances 1) [uncountable] a way of showing respect for someone who has died or for an important event a wreath/prayer/garden of remembrance in remembrance of: A… …

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  • 15 remembrance — (re man bran s ) s. f. Terme vieilli. Souvenir. •   Plus je vous vois, plus je crois voir aussi L air et le port, les yeux, la remembrance De mon époux ; que Dieu lui fasse paix !, LA FONT. Orais.. HISTORIQUE    XIe s. •   Repaire li [lui… …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 16 remembrance — re|mem|brance [ rı membrəns ] noun 1. ) uncount a way of showing respect for someone who has died or for an important event: a wreath/prayer/garden of remembrance in remembrance of: A service was held in remembrance of those who died in the war.… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 17 remembrance — re|mem|brance [rıˈmembrəns] n 1.) [singular, U] when people remember and give honour to someone who has died in remembrance of sth ▪ a service in remembrance of those killed in the war ▪ a Holocaust remembrance 2.) [U and C] formal a memory that… …

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  • 18 remembrance — [[t]rɪme̱mbrəns[/t]] remembrances 1) N UNCOUNT If you do something in remembrance of a dead person, you do it as a way of showing that you want to remember them and that you respect them. [FORMAL] They wore black in remembrance of those who had… …

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  • 19 remembrance — noun 1) an expression of remembrance Syn: recollection, reminiscence; remembering, recalling, recollecting, reminiscing 2) she smiled at the remembrance Syn: memory, recollection, reminiscence, thought 3) …

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  • 20 remembrance — n. 1 the act of remembering or process of being remembered. 2 a memory or recollection. 3 a keepsake or souvenir. 4 (in pl.) greetings conveyed through a third person. Phrases and idioms: Remembrance Day 1 = Remembrance Sunday. 2 hist. Armistice… …

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