mementoes mementoes


  • (n) a reminder of past events


  1. The case involved sports memorabilia and personal mementoes he claimed were still his but were the property of two dealers.
  2. At the exhibit there were plenty of other mementoes of Goudy's career.
  3. Along with memories, she came home with several mementoes.


  • Cardinals' Wacha gets first win against Mets

    NEW YORK -- Michael Wacha is a 21-year-old in the midst of his first trip to New York City. He'll head home with the type of mementoes and souvenirs that can't be purchased, even in The Big Apple.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The SportsXchange via Yahoo! Sports


  1. "The fact that so many children made these special mementoes to thank our Veterans shows that the memories of our brave men and women's sacrifice and achievements are not forgotten," said Mrs. Hinton. "It is a personal honour to be here among...
    on Feb 12, 2008 By: Betty Hinton Source: Market Wire (press release)

  2. Sandy Busby, the son of Sir Matt Busby, United's former manager, added: "Sunday's game was an emotional event that the club and the fans handled magnificently. It is just sad that people are trying to cash in on mementoes of a special day and the...
    on Feb 11, 2008 By: Matt Busby Source: Times Online

  3. "I keep mementoes . I have kept the blazer and cap when I played for India first, my first ODI cap as well I am not building a case for it, now is the time to collect more and more of them!," says Chopra with a smile.
    on Jun 22, 2007 By: Anjum Chopra Source: Times of India

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