Similar Words to Remember:
1. L remember it as a work of art, but it is more.
2. To remember any portion of it, any word, will cause you pain, terrible pain, growing more terrible as you fight to remember.
3. You must continue to remember that, Captain.
4. Do you remember the pain and then his voice?
5. Hardly remember you out of yours.
6. I remember when I heard of Big Springs, Texas.
7. Sure not, but remember the two that worked with him.
8. Now, tell me what you remember of the seance.
9. Now, during this period of time, though, can you remember anybody, uh, being a close friend of your father's?
10. How do you expect me to remember anything that far back?
11. Well, you know, I seem to sort of remember that it was a man.
12. L remember when he bought those shoes.
13. I tried so hard to remember exactly what you looked like.
14. A place to remember the rest of your life.
15. I remember telling Slayton that first night at Rodger's Station.
16. Well, Jess When you're out in California working hard, remember old Jess.
17. 'I must remember that and try to control myself.
18. 'I want to remember every minute.
19. 'I didn't notice it then, but I remember it now.'
20. 'As we walked through the station, I remember thinking, '"This is the last time with Alec.
21. I can't remember ever being so excited.
22. Malotte! Sure! You remember him, Albert?
23. You remember that time his airplane was lost and all the people prayed for his safety?
24. Do you remember your first kill?
25. Those who don't remember the past will be condemned to live it again.
26. Here's a little song to remember me by.
27. I don't remember your doing that before.
28. How do you remember all that stuff?
29. You see? Always remember to say
30. I'll try to remember to bring my dancing shoes, Richard.
Definitions of Remember:
1. Recall knowledge from memory; have a recollection
2. Keep in mind for attention or consideration
3. Recapture the past; indulge in memories
4. Show appreciation to
5. Mention favorably, as in prayer
6. Mention as by way of greeting or to indicate friendship
7. Exercise, or have the power of, memory
8. Call to remembrance; keep alive the memory of someone or something, as in a ceremony