Souvenir in a sentence

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Definition of Souvenir

  • That which serves as a reminder; a remembrancer; a memento; a keepsake.
  • something of sentimental value
  • a reminder of past events

How to use souvenir in a sentence. Souvenir pronunciation.

She had looked at them that morning; felt that starve she must and would, but that souvenir of her mother should never leave her.
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At another time he would doubtless have taken an interest in searching through these souvenirs of the past for traces of an infant nurtured there, who had a mother, and who had perhaps loved these old relics.
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Anticipating the disenchantment which follows possession, he already saw her deprived of all her prestige, and ticketed in the museum of his amorous souvenirs.
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Then Camors noiselessly dropped the portiere and noiselessly retired, taking with him, nevertheless, an eternal souvenir of this stolen visit.
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And Camors, who observed her, in spite of himself, with an eager curiosity, was finally induced to believe, as did his aunt and all the world, that she conscientiously performed her difficult duties, and that she found in the eclat of her life and the gratification of her pride a sufficient compensation for the sacrifice of her youth, her heart, and her beauty; but certain souvenirs of the past, joined to certain peculiarities, which he fancied he remarked in the Marquise, induced him to distrust.
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The souvenirs of the past rose before him and passed in sad procession.
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Both dwelt there in the midst of their sweetest and most pleasant souvenirs; for this little chateau, so long deserted-the neglected woods which surrounded it the melancholy piece of water-the solitary nymph all this had been their particular domain, the favorite framework of their reveries, the legend of their infancy, the poetry of their youth.
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The next day, and the succeeding ones, they practised the same reserve, though very far from suspecting the fatal circumstances which rendered this souvenir so painful to M. de Camors.
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In his conversation with her, M. de Camors sought, under every pretext, to recall the souvenirs of the past, common to them both.
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These recent foes began at once to exchange the necessaries of life and souvenirs of the siege of Santiago.
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Pour expliquer la tristesse de ce beau pays parseme de chateaux vides, hante par le souvenir des fetes d'autrefois, il faudrait tout un orchestre.
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Vieille Serbie, dans le vilayet de Kossovo, les souvenirs, les traditions et le voisinage aidant, le mouvement eut plus de succès.
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Venise posséda la Dalmatie; son quai des Esclavons en perpétue le souvenir.
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When they entered the drug store-it also sold, according to its sign, "Cigars, soda, ice-cream, patent medicines, candy, knick-knacks, chewing gum, souvenirs and notions"-the sextette of which Helen Kendall made one was just leaving.
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They are souvenirs of an intellectual play-time which, being dead, deserves some not-too-solemn memorial.
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That souvenir of the Lady's Mere, Park palings and double ditch.
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Susan paused to shake her head and use her pocket-handkerchief over her souvenirs in general.
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The Indians were persistent peddlers, offering the handsome baskets, hats and blankets which they are peculiarly skilful in making, and the boys would have loaded themselves down with souvenirs had not Colonel Snow suggested that they would have plenty of time to supply themselves before they left for the south again.
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Edited by Alaric A. Watts, Esq_. If the present were the first volume of the Literary Souvenir, the name of the editor would be a passport to popularity; but as this is the fifth year of its publication, any recommendation of ours would be supererogatory.
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But the Souvenir for 1829, realizes that delightful union of painting, engraving, and literature, (at whose beneficial influence we have glanced in our accompanying number) even more fully than its predecessors.
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Examples of Souvenir

Example #1
She went back to bed and prayed fervently that the Lord would show her some way of escape, or take her that day to himself.
Example #2
Moreover, the harpies who feed and thrive on the miseries of the poor, would in no case have given her more than twenty-five cents for them; and the short respite derived from that amount would not have compensated for the sacrifice.
Example #3
But his system did not admit of sentiment, so he crushed the ideas that crowded to his mind, and, after a rapid glance around him, called for his dinner.
Example #4
This proceeded from a nymph in terra-cotta, from whose urn dripped, day and night, a thin rill of water into a small fishpond, bordered by grand old poplars, whose shadows threw upon its surface, even at mid-day, the blackness of Acheron. Camors's first reflection at viewing this prospect was an exceedingly painful one; and the second was even more so.
Example #5
Nevertheless, when he approached her house, and had the feeling of her near presence, he was troubled.
Example #6
He thought it bad taste in Madame de Tecle not to have maintained longer the high ideal his innocence had created for her.