Definition for REM-I-NIS'CENCE

REM-I-NIS'CENCE, n. [Fr. from L. reminiscens, reminiscor, Gr. μναομαι. See Memory.]

  1. That faculty of the mind by which ideas formerly received into it, but forgotten, are recalled or revived in the memory. – Encyc.
  2. Recollection; recovery of ideas that had escaped from the memory. – Hale.
  3. Reminiscence seems often to signify recollection expressed; a relation of what is recollected.

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