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remindful

Syllabification: re·mind·ful
Pronunciation: /rəˈmīndfəl
 
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Definition of remindful in English:

adjective

Acting as a reminder: his humor is remindful of that of Max
More example sentences
  • The long skirts, the burkhas, the demure looks, the curled tresses, the composure, the sensuality, the shy glance - these are all so hauntingly remindful of a bygone era.
  • Rapturous joy was remindful of religious euphoria, as in Pentecostal women of the 1930s.
  • No words can be more forthright or more remindful of the basic aims of humanistic inquiry than these.

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