If perhaps some conversations are recollected here with incredible level of accuracy, the narrative is better off for it.
The countenance, the manners and the recollected words of Barnardine, when he had spoken of her aunt, confirmed her worst fears.
Angelique recollected the night she had passed there under the protection of these saints.
That little boat felt like a toy at the will of the winds and waves, till one recollected who held the storm in His hand.'
I belonged to this boat, and I now recollected that she had been towing astern.
The doctor now recollected what had passed with Booth, and perceived he had made a mistake of one colonel for another.
Christian had been a shy and commonplace-enough boy as she recollected him.
My hand slid into my pocket involuntarily; then I recollected that I was not in Britain, and withdrew it again carelessly.
In fact, I recollected too well to be able to pay the expected compliment.
Nacional recollected with indignation the schemes and outrages of the opposition to bring about this neglect of civic duty.