recollect in a sentence

I recollect his saying so.

Can you recollect his name?

I can’t recollect his explanation.

recollect my mother holding me tight.

I have no recollection of seeing the man.

His remark made my recollect my schooldays.

She recollected the first day when she went to school.

Cicero once remarked that liberty is rendered even more precious by the recollection of servitude.

Recent studies indicate that a person’s recollection of past events may become distorted by the individual’s current beliefs about him or herself.

William Wordsworth once said that all good poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquillity.

But he said that for much of the public, there’s little recollection about it.

But he said that for much of the public, there’s little recollection about it.

All have different viewpoints, recollections and interpretations of the same encounter.

But Dobkowski said he had no recollection of damaging either of the items before leaving.

Then there are the horrific recollections of the living – many of whom quickly fled Sousse.

But my recollection was that the team ran onto the field in front of a raucous, packed house.

His recollection of even the tiniest detail contained in any case he was reviewing was impeccable.

He says he has no recollection of anything from about 11pm to 1:30am the night he was at a wine bar.

But these are idle recollections, the mean and ordinary agonies of hu- man history.