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What's a word related to "Memory Lane" - help

Today I am the grammarian at my toastmaster meeting.  The theme of the day is Memory Lane, and I need a word that speakers need to try to use at least once during their speeches.  It should be a more sophisticated or advanced word, not anything like "love" or "smile". 

Ideas?

Re: What's a word related to "Memory Lane" - help

  • reminisce?

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  • jelly. Definitely jelly.
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  • I like that Wan, but it should be a word that most people don't know about and that isn't used too much so that the group can learn something.  What's another term for remini....?

    Nabum - you stop it.

  • What about reverie?
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    What about reverie?

    Hmmm maybe - do you think that's pretty commonly known or not?  Anything else?

    I have until 11am to decide.

  • time to pull out the thesaurus, or at least google.

    but I like nabum's suggestion best so far! YesYes 

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    merry everything!

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  • authentic or resonate or relevant (they have nothing to do with the topic, but I pretty much use them in every speech I make)

    poignant or personal (memories are poignant and personal, right?)

    evocative or evoke (memories should also evoke something...) <<< personally I like this one best for your purposes

     

  • Evocative is my favorite!

    But jelly should be your back-up.

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