Hailes' witty and affectionate Recollections appeared in the South Australian Register newspaper in They are here for the first time in book form. Add to cart Add to wish list. Search: Advanced search Browse By Category. Your cart.
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Test your knowledge of words related to the season of longer days and vacations. Can you spell these 10 commonly misspelled words? Definition of recollection.
Synonyms for recollection Synonyms anamnesis , memory , recall , remembrance , reminiscence Visit the Thesaurus for More. Choose the Right Synonym for recollection memory , remembrance , recollection , reminiscence mean the capacity for or the act of remembering, or the thing remembered. Examples of recollection in a Sentence Her recollection of the accident is very different from mine.
She has only a vague recollection of her seventh birthday party. His novel is largely based on his own recollections of his childhood in the inner city. Recent Examples on the Web Some employees told investigators Hacienda's policies forbid male employees from assisting female patients, while others quoted in the report had no recollection of the policy.
First Known Use of recollection , in the meaning defined at sense 1a. Learn More about recollection. Resources for recollection Time Traveler!
Explore the year a word first appeared. Dictionary Entries near recollection re-collect recollect recollected recollection recollective recollet recolonization. Phrases Related to recollection have no recollection to the best of someone's recollection.
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Time Traveler for recollection The first known use of recollection was in See more words from the same year. English Language Learners Definition of recollection. Kids Definition of recollection. Comments on recollection What made you want to look up recollection? Get Word of the Day daily email! Test Your Vocabulary.