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Word: reminiscent

Definition: suggestive of something (in the past); of reminiscence

Sentences Containing 'reminiscent'

A land reminiscent of Middle-earth has been ravaged by a mysterious, evil power.
A local Nazi historian likened the stunt as being reminiscent of a Nazi book burning.
All are in an abstracted traditional style which is reminiscent of the work of his near-contemporary, Donald McMorran.
Australian high alpha varietal. When used in modest amounts, it is reminiscent of noble European varieties, contributing floral notes.
Frogzilla reappears in a dumbed-down state (reminiscent of the Hulk smash!
In one episode, Woo literally turned into an alien, reminiscent of a scene from the movie "Alien".
In the 1990 comedy "The Freshman", Marlon Brando plays a role reminiscent of Don Corleone.
It also was a Motown-style song reminiscent of Tammi Terrell.
It earns its name from its brightly striped sides, which are reminiscent of the insignia of a military sergeant major.
It is reminiscent of that heard on "Personal Jesus" by Depeche Mode.
It was built in 1874, and is a two story dwelling reminiscent of houses in New Orleans.
Its single crest, or lip, is reminiscent of its larger sister, Bridalveil Fall, in Yosemite.
Many experiences are to be had, all in a rose-colored waterworld filled with visuals reminiscent of Dalí and Bosch."
Reminiscent TV Network or (R TV) in short was an attempt to bring the TV subscription idea to Asian programming on the Sky Digital platform.
Settembrini's physical characteristics are reminiscent of the Italian composer Ruggiero Leoncavallo.
She experimented with sounds reminiscent of the music of The Cure.
She explained that "when stands at a crossroads in a big hat, the image is reminiscent of 'Telephone' Gaga.
Siro's style in the latest volumes is more reminiscent of Tota than of Vatine.
Sláine's seduction of Niamh, the king's chosen bride who was brought up in seclusion until she was of age, is reminiscent of the Irish story of Deirdre.
Super Show!" where he played a genie reminiscent of his character on "Sigmund and the Sea Monsters".
Swing's first album has been described as "highbrow pop", reminiscent of Radiohead.
The "Hindustan Times" wrote that the apocalyptical gang war in the climax is reminiscent of "Apocalypse Now".
The aroma is reminiscent of licorice with a hint of citrus.
The art for the manga has been described as reminiscent of Yuu Watase.
The center field wall included a 90-degree, inward facing angle, reminiscent of the old Griffith Stadium in Washington, DC.
The counties of the eastern panhandle, especially Jefferson and Berkeley, were the most reminiscent of eastern Virginia.
The crossed fish on red background are reminiscent of the fishing tradition that was important to the people of Albern.
The design of the Getter Robot has some features reminiscent of Mazinger Z, such as a "Rocket Punch" attack.
The festival is reminiscent of the common Weihnachtsmarkts, with fairground rides and many food stalls being temporarily installed for the event.
The filming, however, conveyed a strong flavour of Hong Kong films, reminiscent of movies like "Shaolin Soccer".
The flags, replicas of which can be seen around Nida, feature animal and human figures as pictograms reminiscent of a pagan writing tradition.
The hurricane, reminiscent of Hurricane Floyd in 1987, produced minimal damage in the Florida Keys.
The immature plumage is reminiscent of that of the Great Black Hawk ("Buteogallus urubitinga").
The long entrance pavilion of the hotel is reminiscent of hotels in Mediterranean France or Italy.
The Request was based on the 1955 Four Hundred hardtop, but featured a classic upright Packard fluted grille reminiscent of the prewar models.
The resulting star shape is reminiscent of a clock face, giving this tool its name.
The same name has been given to Milecastle 48 on Hadrian's Wall; in this case the layout of the walls is reminiscent of stables.
The Second Challenge: This challenge consists of four driving challenges, reminiscent of another Discovery Channel series, Canada's Worst Driver.
The severe gray interior is reminiscent of an early 20th-century German railroad station."
The song is largely inspired by Motown music and is reminiscent of songs performed by The Jackson 5, namely their 1969 song "I Want You Back".
The song is reminiscent of "Grace Under Pressure" by Elbow.
This colorless oil has an odor reminiscent of peardrop sweets as well as acetone.
This gives the show a more traditional cel-animated look, reminiscent of 1950s children's TV cartoon shows.
This is because it is a phrase designedly reminiscent of the idea of Holocaust Denial ...".
This is reminiscent of "The Bridge to Total Freedom" that appears on the Scientology introductory book, "What is Scientology".
This reputation is reminiscent of the earlier neo-classical meeting place.
This small bodegón, reminiscent in its subdued colors and naturalistic composition to the work of the Italian followers of Caravaggio, is stylistically close to Velázquez.
This was criticized as being "gimmicky" and reminiscent of the disastrous Magna budget as well as demonstrating a hostility to Toronto.
was not impressed with the song and described it as "a slow, downbeat, adult pop number" that is "reminiscent of the Cardigans on a bad day".
West End was named by early English settlers who found the area reminiscent of the West End of London.

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::: transgression - violation of a law; sin; V. transgress: go beyond (a limit); violate; do wrong
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