But as they lie here, unmarked, they are also vividly present.
I vividly recall driving across Hong Kong Harbor for the first time.
It is hard to imagine a juxtaposition capturing so vividly Israel's way forward in "the region."
His letters to them show how their predicament brought his own vividly back to him.
And credit for that goes to the sublime Jean Stapleton, the actress who brought Edith Bunker so vividly to life for so long.
Yet I do vividly remember falling asleep over my supper, and feeling more physically weary than I had ever been before.
I vividly remember the first occasion on which I saw Bismarck.
A sudden remembrance seemed to steal before me vividly: Charlie's pale face, with its sad, sweet smile, haunted me.
I saw the Tennyson funeral in the Abbey, and remember it vividly.
Nothing so vividly revealed this enthusiasm as the reception afforded Governor Clinton when he visited Ohio in 1825.
1630s, from Latin vividus "spirited, animated, lively," from vivus "alive," from PIE *gwei- (see vital). Extension to colors is first recorded 1660s. Sense of "strong, distinct" (as of memories, etc.) is from 1680s; that of "very active or intense" (as of imagination, interest, etc.) is from 1853. Related: Vividly; vividness.