Definition of 'remembrance'
Example sentences containing 'remembrance'
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The poppy stands for remembrance, not for any political or religious symbol. The Sun (2016)It is a symbol of a nation's remembrance, respect and pride. The Sun (2016)Think only of the past as its remembrance gives you pleasure. Pride and Prejudice (1813)So much for remembrance of things past. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It struck a chord with visitors because it was a remembrance of things past. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She left carefully written instructions for her service of remembrance. Times, Sunday Times (2012)His book is a poetic remembrance of forgotten time and lost perspectives. Times, Sunday Times (2014)When is the right time to wear a remembrance poppy? Times, Sunday Times (2010)But better to tell the whole tale and let a mature patriotism grow in full remembrance of things past. Times, Sunday Times (2010)All that matters is my remembrance of the great and good man who gave me his friendship and guidance. Trauma and Recovery (1992)This great act of remembrance matters. The Sun (2015)It is typical of his life that his loving remembrance of his great friend should have been used in evidence against him. Ford Madox Ford (1990)But his single, great remembrance could be neither renounced nor forgotten. The Broken God (1993)Remembrance services across the country on Sunday were full. The Sun (2009)Remembrance Sunday is time to pause and reflect people who have so much. The Sun (2008)At the heart of all of this remembrance lies respect, admiration and gratitude. The Sun (2014)Last month he shocked a wartime remembrance ceremony in Brussels by turning up drunk. The Sun (2014)DID you hear about the pub diner who choked on a remembrance poppy pin? The Sun (2014)In place of a remembrance of the dead, it was a promise to those yet to be born. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You, of the great remembrance? The Broken God (1993)In the end, this band of storytellers has no other recourse when faced with political or personal difficulties than the remembrance of movies past. Times, Sunday Times (2007)NORWAY united in grief yesterday as its PM and royal family led a remembrance service. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'remembrance'
British English: remembrance NOUN
If you do something in remembrance of a dead person, you do it as a way of showing that you want to remember them and that you respect them.
They bowed their heads in remembrance of those who had died.
Definition of remembrance from the Collins English Dictionary
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