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mention

(Reference), noun allegation, allusion, commemoratio, comment, communication, expression, hint, implication, indication, indirect hint, inference, insinuation, intimation, mentio, note, passsng word, recital, recitation, referent, relation, remark, statement, suggestion

mention

(Tribute), noun acclaim, acclamation, applause, appreciation, approbation, approval, celebration, citation, commendation, compliment, credit, decoration, esteem, eulogistic speech, eulogy, expression of merit, flattery, glorification, high opinnon, homage, honor, laud, laudation, mark of honor, official recognition, panegyric, plaudit, praise, public recognition, regard, respect

mention

verb acquaint, adduce, advert to, affirm, allude to, announce, annunciate, apprise, assert, bring word, broach, cite, comment upon, communicate, confide to, conney information, convey knowledge, declare incidentally, direct the attention to, disclose, discuss, divulge, enlighten, enumerate, express, give a hint, give notice, give utterance, hint at, impart, indicate, inform, insinuate, intimate, let know, make allusion to, make known, name, note, notify, observe, point out, point to, recite, recount, refer to, remark on, report, reveal, speak of, specify, state, stipulate, suggest, talk about, tell, touch upon, utter, voice
See also: adduce, advise, allude, attribution, citation, cite, clue, comment, communicate, convey, designate, disclose, disclosure, enumerate, expression, impart, indication, inform, innuendo, intimation, itemize, notice, notification, notify, observation, observe, refer, reference, referral, relate, remark, report, reveal, signify, specify, state, tell, tip
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And then there were apple pies, and peach pies, and pumpkin pies; besides slices of ham and smoked beef; and moreover delectable dishes of preserved plums, and peaches, and pears, and quinces; not to mention broiled shad and roasted chickens; together with bowls of milk and cream, all mingled higgledy- pigglely, pretty much as I have enumerated them, with the motherly teapot sending up its clouds of vapor from the midst-- Heaven bless the mark
Some mention was made also of the woman in white, that haunted the dark glen at Raven Rock, and was often heard to shriek on winter nights before a storm, having perished there in the snow.
I must not forget to mention one part of my training, which I have always considered a very great advantage.
And meantime, agents of the packers were gathering gangs of Negroes in the country districts of the far South, promising them five dollars a day and board, and being careful not to mention there was a strike; already carloads of them were on the way, with special rates from the railroads, and all traffic ordered out of the way.
Her corn-cake, in all its varieties of hoe-cake, dodgers, muffins, and other species too numerous to mention, was a sublime mystery to all less practised compounders; and she would shake her fat sides with honest pride and merriment, as she would narrate the fruitless efforts that one and another of her compeers had made to attain to her elevation.
There were others, which made incessant mention of "Jordan's banks," and "Canaan's fields," and the "New Jerusalem;" for the negro mind, impassioned and imaginative, always attaches itself to hymns and expressions of a vivid and pictorial nature; and, as they sung, some laughed, and some cried, and some clapped hands, or shook hands rejoicingly with each other, as if they had fairly gained the other side of the river.
It is strange," replied Elinor, in a most painful perplexity, "that I should never have heard him even mention your name.
She had felt unwilling to mention her suspicions to Miss Garth, until those suspicions had been confirmed -- and she now recoiled, with even greater reluctance, from allowing her daughters to be in any way alarmed about her.
It is absolutely necessary that your mistress should be made acquainted--in the interests of her younger son--with something which I can only mention to her ladyship herself.
Partridge still persisted in asserting his innocence, though he admitted he had made the above-mentioned confession; which he however endeavoured to account for, by protesting that he was forced into it by the continued importunity she used: who vowed, that, as she was sure of his guilt, she would never leave tormenting him till he had owned it; and faithfully promised, that, in such case, she would never mention it to him more.
My mistress had noticed, from the time when the police first came into the house, that the bare mention of him was enough to set Miss Rachel's temper in a flame.
I can only explain," replied Miss Halcombe, "by entering into certain particulars, connected with my sister's marriage- engagement, which I did not think it necessary or desirable to mention to you this morning.