And she had a shamed recollection of the way in which, a few hours since, she had felt the centripetal force of their standards.
Her cheek burned at the recollection, and she rose and caught up the letters.
Lily flushed with the recollection of certain rainy Sundays at Bellomont and with the Dorsets.
All her resentment of his fancied coldness was swept away in this overwhelming rush of recollection.
Nettie Struther wailed with a start of recollection.
The recollection loosened a throng of benumbed sensations—longings, regrets, imaginings, the throbbing brood of the only spring her heart had ever known.
But other memories importuned her also; the recollection of similar situations, as skillfully led up to, but through some malice of fortune, or her own unsteadiness of purpose, always failing of the intended result.
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I think I recollect that she was away at college that year.
I don’t recollect her name, but I’d recognize her.