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  • noun pl. 回憶;
  • Grandpa's remembrances of his youth cheer him up
  1. Adj. Being able to remember things [easily]; [antonym] of [forgetful].
    [Hakeem]: You forget things do easily [Samantha]: No, I'm actually quite [remembrant]
  2. when something is so [memorable] that you [want to] [do it] over and over again.
    "[That girl] [last night] was remembrable"
  3. also known as Poppy Day, [Armistice Day] (the event it commemorates) or Veterans Dayis a day to commemorate the sacrifices of members of the armed forces and of civilians in times of war, specifically since the First World War. It is observed on 11 November to recall the end of World War I on that date in 1918. (Major hostilities of World War I were formally ended at [the 11th hour] of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 with the German signing of the [Armistice].)
    On Remembrance Day, we [paused] for a minutes [silence] at [11 o'clock]
  4. Dammit, people. This is the holiday from which [Canadians] remember all the soldiers [who died] for [Canada's] freedom. But you should have all known that already.
    [Canadian] 1: [Eh]! Canadian 2: Eh! Canadian 3: Damn, what a long [conversation] about Remembrance Day!
  5. Pronounced: [Cut] Remem-Bruh A [Fancy] way of saying "Can't [Remember]".
    "Hey dude, what did you do with the [remote]?" "Cut Remembre" "I Cut Remembre the last time I had a Chicken [Parmesan] Sub!" "I read the book, I just Cut Remembre the [main character's] name..."
  6. Unofficial holiday falling on or near the first of August celebrating the life and achievements of US President [Grover Cleveland]. Traditional celebrations include the drinking of beer (especially home-brewed), the playing of baseball and/or [cornhole], and a [potluck] dinner.
    Dang, Tim. [Isn't it] [about time] for Grover Cleveland Remembrance Day? Why yes, Jeremy. We need to get [brewing]!
  7. When you feel you're in a [haze] and can't do anything but remember. Doesn't matter what you're [remembering] but it all comes to you and you can't stop. Everything you do reminds you of [that one person], place, or thing.
    I was [stuck in] a remembrance haze [all day]. [Everything] reminds me of him.