Harkens sentence example
- harkens back to a more elegant time.
- Perhaps its healthy status harkens back to its early days as mousers.
- Americana rustic country style harkens back to our country's pioneer roots and great expanses of outdoor spaces.
- The standard beginning of the Question of Intention (Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today and so on…) harkens back to the Anglican Church and has remained virtually unchanged since 1662.
- There's a real nostalgic quality to a garden wedding that harkens to times long past and implies a sense growth and beauty for the marriage.Advertisement
- An old pedestal sink can create a mood that harkens back to a time when craftsmanship was truly valued and products weren't made to be disposable in ten years.
- In many ways, it harkens back to classic titles like Streets of Rage 2 in that the game is short enough and fun enough to keep gamers coming back to play through it again and again.
- Rent first if you're not convinced, but ultimately, you should find Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows to be a refreshingly fun-to-play offering that harkens back to days of old -- only without the constant need for more quarters.
- The Jantzen Vamp Maillot holds a special place in the hearts of women everywhere because the design harkens back to a time when women were seemingly a bit less self-conscious about having curvaceous bodies.
- It harkens back to a day when a man would ask for permission to pay court to a lady.Advertisement
- These well-made bags come with sophisticated styling that harkens to an era when handbags were made with simple details and an eye to functionality.
- And speaking of John Lennon, another one of his songs, All You Need is Love, also harkens back to some the general characteristics of Librans; loving love.
- The company's philosophy harkens back to a time when everything was made with care and quality.
- Using an exercise ball harkens back to the days of grade school gym class with its emphasis on fun to stay active.