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Definition of "remindful" [re•mind•ful]

  • That serves to remind one of something; reminiscent. (adjective)

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Use "remindful" in a sentence
  • "At his Politics and Eggs speech, Mr. Perry noted that the "live free or die" state was sure "remindful of a little place down in Texas called the Alamo," using a real word - "remindful" - that sounded an awful lot like one of the malaproprisms that sometimes peppered Mr. Bush's remarks."
  • "Although I wrote the book for teen readers, and perhaps even a bit younger, grown-ups also seem to be drawn to its colorful nostalgia, perhaps as remindful of times in their own childhood when things were less complicated and magic was real."
  • "Some of the throws were remindful that his most voluble critics had labeled him McChoke and McDontovan."