[ UK /məmˈɛntə‍ʊ/ ]
[ US /mɪˈmɛntoʊ/ ]
  1. a reminder of past events
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How To Use memento In A Sentence

  • An adjoining room is littered with mementos of more recent island history: a rack of antlers, a rusty plow, and an old dentist's chair.
  • The church’s reception area was decorated with a number of mementos from Crystal’s life, including a tiara, framed pictures of her with loved ones, and an adult-sized pink onesie with feet.
  • Keepsakes and mementoes top the gift list during the season of celebration.
  • And as a memento of his last visit, Vasilee took with him the love for Indian instruments like sitar and sarod.
  • Some of the objects were miniatures especially made for the funeral, and many were deliberately broken, with only a portion interred in the cinerary urns, with the rest perhaps kept as mementoes for the living, he added. Anglo-Saxons honored their dead with mundane household objects
  • Before leaving HMS York, Caroline was presented with a signed photograph of the ship and given other mementoes to remind her of her time on board.
  • Much additional information can, however, be learnt from sepulchral sculpture, prints and drawings, paintings and memento mori jewellery.
  • Tickets are £5 each, and will include a memento of the occasion and a finger buffet / nibbles.
  • Since the brother [134] of death daily haunts us with dying mementoes, and time that grows old in itself bids us hope no long duration; diuturnity is a dream and folly of expectation .... From Chaucer to Tennyson
  • Mementos: Painted and Photographic Miniatures, 1750-1920" traces the popularity of pocket-size portraits created by greats such as John Singleton Copley and Charles Willson Peale. Don't Miss: July 9-15
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