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reminiscence
used in Main Street

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Definition
something remembered from the past; or the act of remembering it
  • The music was a reminiscence of tom-toms heard at circus fortune-telling tents or at the Minnesota State Fair, but the whole company pounded and puffed and whined in a sing-song, and looked rapturous.
    Chapter 6 (86% in)
  • Carol read enviously in the admirable Minnesota chronicles called "Old Rail Fence Corners" the reminiscence of Mrs. Mahlon Black, who settled in Stillwater in 1848: "There was nothing to parade over in those days.
    Chapter 12 (73% in)

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