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retentive (adjective), more retentive, most retentive
1. Concerning the ability to remember things easily or for a long time: Ray's mother was known to have a retentive memory despite her old age of 95 years.
2. Etymology: from Latin retent from retinere, "to retain."
Conveying the power to have a retentive mind.
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A reference to having the capacity to remember things from a long time ago.
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Characteristic of being able to remember things for a long time. (2)