In the Second Part, Cervantes repeatedly reminds the reader, as if it was a point upon which he was anxious there should be no mistake, that his hero's madness is strictly confined to delusions on the subject of chivalry, and that on every other subject he is discreto, one, in fact, whose faculty of discernment is in perfect order.
He has better judgment than to remind the people of this.
(This practice, silly as it might seem, serves to remind users that they are otherwise getting something for nothing, and may also be psychologically related to real estate "sales" in which $1 changes hands just to keep the transaction from being a gift.)
* * * * * I would remind the student that these are not lessons to be read but once and then laid aside.
By this time Dorothea had seated herself upon the curate's mule, and the barber had fitted the ox-tail beard to his face, and they now told Sancho to conduct them to where Don Quixote was, warning him not to say that he knew either the licentiate or the barber, as his master's becoming an emperor entirely depended on his not recognising them; neither the curate nor Cardenio, however, thought fit to go with them; Cardenio lest he should remind Don Quixote of the quarrel he had with him, and the curate as there was no necessity for his presence just yet, so they allowed the others to go on before them, while they themselves followed slowly on foot.
Strange that it should come that very night to remind her of the promise to her mother, her promise to keep the home together as long as she could.
She would remind Morlock that she was a woman and that he was a man.
The hot air danced over the golden stillness of the land, farm after farm was left behind, each reminding Margaret of German Idyls—of Herman and Dorothea—of Evangeline.
The recovery of the address also reminded Mr. Lincoln of a story, which is thus narrated by Ward Lamon in his “Recollections of Abraham Lincoln”:The loss of the address and the search for it was the subject of a great deal of amusement.
Fervently I reminded God of the oversight.
Pandarus renewed his old counsels and consolations, reminded his friend that ten days were a short time to wait, argued against his faith in evil dreams, and urged him to take advantage of the truce, and beguile the time by a visit to King Sarpedon (a Lycian Prince who had come to aid the Trojans).
One of the other economists was young Palmer, and he reminded Connor of himself a few years back.
She looked uncommonly well in her low-necked dress; and the single string of pearls she wore not only showed off the youthful beauty of her neck, but reminded the world at large that she had a very opulent father.
Willett’s clothing bore no disarrangement beyond certain smudges and worn places at the knees, and only a faint acrid odour reminded Mr. Ward of what he had smelt on his son that day he was taken to the hospital.
The hollow echo of its fall reminded the waggoner painfully of the grim Leveller.
Clearly the murderer had used it to remind his victim of some dead or absent woman.
This reminds one of the Emperor Hadrian’s verses to his departing soul: Animula vagula blandula, &cv. 99.
On Saturday morning I reminded my uncle that I wished to go to the bazaar in the evening.
"Now we are on literary subjects," said Seddon, "I must remind Toney of his promise to read his biography of Pate."
The heavy carpets, the watchful servants, the perpetually reminding tick of disciplined clocks, the perpetually renewed stack of cards and invitations on the hall table, the whole chain of tyrannical trifles binding one hour to the next, and each member of the household to all the others, made any less systematised and affluent existence seem unreal and precarious.
It reminded Tess of a Confirmation, in which Mrs d'Urberville was the bishop, the fowls the young people presented, and herself and the maid-servant the parson and curate of the parish bringing them up.
When the three months were over, Aladdin sent his mother to remind the Sultan of his promise.
Alla ad Deen waited till the three months were completed, which the sultan had appointed for the consummation of the marriage between the princess Buddir al Buddoor and himself; and the next day sent his mother to the palace, to remind the sultan of his promise.
As I was sternly reminding my stomach that man does not live by bread alone, Ram Gopal approached me.
Francis was reminding Stephen of years before when they had been at school together in Conmee’s time.
Mrs. van der Luyden looked more than ever like a Cabanel, and Mrs. Archer, in her grandmother's seed-pearls and emeralds, reminded her son of an Isabey miniature.
You do not remind Mrs. Smith of having met her before, but on meeting again any one who was brought to your own house, or one who showed you an especial courtesy you instinctively say, "I am so glad to see you again."
He regarded her, expression flat and unreadable, face so controlled that he reminded Siri of Vivenna.
However, with a lingering sense of duty, she reminded Sidney that this Cousin Achsa must be very old.
If you did see it, you’d keep your mouth shut entirely—because the last thing you want is to remind Sarasti that you think he’s wrong.
Special puffs appeared in all the evening papers, reminding the music-loving public of the treat which was in store for it on the following evening.
Tom Seddon was silent, but he gazed at Richard with a look of savage ferocity, which reminded the Professor of the expression of his countenance just after he had been bled by Doctor Bull.
The prosecutor, too, intervened, and again reminded the prisonerthat he was at liberty to refuse to answer questions, if he thought itto his interest, and so on.
If there be no marks of nails to remind a person of the passages of love, then love is lessened in the same way as when no union takes place for a long time."
“But first we have to visit the Rounds,” Helga reminded her parents. “
He helped her to prepare the "spare" room off the parlor and to remove anything that might remind its young occupant of that tragic passing of Lavender's mother "by box."
The pensive character which the curtained hood lent to their bent heads would have reminded the observer of some early Italian conception of the two Marys.
The reference to Major Alderley’s wounds reminded Melusine all at once of the fight they’d had, and its consequence.
She reminded Matthew of an elf. "
The notes reminded the men that the children, women, and old men whom they allowed to die were their sons, their wives, and their fathers, and that it would be more just for everyone to be reduced to the common misery, in order that equal conditions should give birth to unanimous resolutions.
"Commander of the faithful," replied the grand vizier, "my duty obliged me to wait on you, and I take the liberty to remind your majesty, that this is the day which you have appointed to inform yourself of the good government of your capital and its environs; and this occasion very opportunely presents itself to dispel those clouds which obscure your natural gaiety."
Besides, he reminded Mahmud--not without reason--that they could count on help in Berber itself.
How could she remind her lover?
He deplored the fact that certain of the Jehadia had surrendered, and reminded his listeners with a grim satisfaction of the horrible tortures which it was the practice of the English and Egyptians to inflict upon their captives.
As they walked up Sunset Lane Sidney reminded Lavender that, because of their promise, they ought to tell Mart.
I reminded my lady here that Mr. Godfrey was going away.
As Miss von Dreschler, my brother paid you great attentions in New York; the matter being broken off suddenly, in obedience to the protest of one of the friends with him, who reminded Karl that what was going to happen here made it impossible for him to marry a private individual."
Dolge Orlick was at work and present, next day, when I reminded Joe of my half-holiday.
"Of course I'll drive with Papa--I'm sure Newland will find something to do," May said, in a tone that gently reminded her husband of his lack of response.
Of the conduct of the worldly minded Pumblechook while this was doing, I desire to say no more than it was all addressed to me; and that even when those noble passages were read which remind humanity how it brought nothing into the world and can take nothing out, and how it fleeth like a shadow and never continueth long in one stay, I heard him cough a reservation of the case of a young gentleman who came unexpectedly into large property.