“My recollection is that Governor Romney sent the National Guard in within 24 hours,” he says.
She woke up and realized she had no recollection of the past several hours.
I had no memory of the other two, and that information was used to discredit my recollection of what had happened to me.
That recollection touches on another tradition from the civil-rights days: the preacher as prophet.
The editor in question told The New York Times that he has no recollection of the conversation with Watson.
In youth our happiness is hope; in age the recollection of the hopes of youth.
Exhausted in mind and body, she could not long endure this tide of recollection.
I nodded at recollection of the vulpine-face superintendent of the Sierra Mills.
The assistant said I needed him, but, to the best of my recollection, he kneaded me.
The three points specified in that letter, giving your recollection of the conversation, are correctly stated.
1590s, "a gathering together again," from French récollection (14c.) or directly from Medieval Latin recollectionem (nominative recollectio), noun of action from past participle stem of recolligere (see recollect). Meaning "act of recalling to memory" is from 1680s; a thing or scene so recalled, from 1781.