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."