Definition for RE-MEM'BRAN-CER


  1. One that reminds, or revives the remembrance of any thing. God is present in the consciences of good and bad; he is there a remembrancer to call our actions to mind. – Taylor.
  2. An officer in the exchequer of England, whose business is to record certain papers and proceedings, make out processes, &c.; a recorder. The officers bearing this name were formerly called clerks of the remembrance. – Encyc.

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