SYN: anamnestic (1).

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mne·mon·ic ni-'män-ik adj
1) assisting or intended to assist memory also of or relating to mnemonics
2) of or relating to memory
mne·mon·i·cal·ly -i-k(ə-)lē adv
mnemonic n a mnemonic device or code

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mne·mon·ic (ne-monґik) [Gr. mnēmonikos pertaining to memory] pertaining to, characterized by, or promoting recollection, or memory.

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