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memory lane

noun
1.
the memory of one's past life likened to a road down which one may travel:
The class reunion was a trip down memory lane.
Origin
1950-1955
1950-55
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Examples for memory lane
  • It's an amusing trip down memory lane, complete with a robotic pimp and cheesy kaleidoscopic freak-out scenes.
  • With its set of cliches, the movie is a dreary walk down comedy's memory lane.
  • Perhaps a trip down memory lane at their high school reunion will rekindle their desire.
  • Stop in the modest museum in his honor for a trip down memory lane.
  • Take a stroll down memory lane as you enjoy exhibits of rare antiques to modern day collectibles.
  • When he left he thanked us for letting him have such a pleasant stroll down memory lane.
  • The parade is a salute to our equine partners as well as a walk down memory lane for spectators and participants alike.
  • Join us for fun, laughter and a trip down memory lane.
  • So, please lend us a hand while taking a trip down memory lane.

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