I recall mentioning that in the past to others: her using her femininity to cajole, to persuade.
Aha, bene, bene, I thought, and then checked the pricetag: $170, if I recall.
The Denver debate went off without a hitch—except for President Obama, who did poorly, as I recall.
I recall of the journey only that it led down a steep hill, and that the hill was covered with ice.
I recall the raised fist, the turned head, the woman at his side.
They had too much tact at Court to recall a man of his name.
He tried to recall some forgotten detail of the business that might serve to occupy him.
The King loves you, and will recall you with joy when he finds you still live.
Don't you recall the two brothers who were always in the same classes with you?
By birth, howbeit, he said (if rightly, I recall it) that the hero was descended from Perseus.
1650s, "act of recalling to mind," from recall (v.). In U.S. politics, "removal of an elected official," 1902.
recall re·call (rĭ-kôl')
v. re·called, re·call·ing, re·calls
To remember; recollect. n. (rē'kôl')
The ability to remember information or experiences.