We feel guilty to call ourselves veterans and sometimes have to remind ourselves that our military service wasn't a chimera.
Then you can remind them that if they continue to do this, they will be asked to leave.
We will remind you when a new debate is about to start and when each phase of a debate begins.
One way advertisers convince us to buy something is to remind us that we've enjoyed their product before.
Certain travel destinations remind you that you live on a planet-an old, weathered, tectonic-plate-shifting planet.
Huge double blooms, with layers of pink and cream petals, remind us of cool sorbet.
Paintball is fun, except for the painful bruises that remind you of that fun a week after the fact.
The minaret was used for centuries to remind people of prayer time.
Bruises, red eyes, and research remind me that insomnia breaks down body and soul.
But the exchange served to remind watchers that the opposite of experience is innocence.
British Dictionary definitions for remind
(transitive) usually foll by of; may take a clause as object or an infinitive. to cause (a person) to remember (something or to do something); make (someone) aware (of something he may have forgotten): remind me to phone home, flowers remind me of holidays