What is another word for by memory?

Pronunciation: [ba͡ɪ mˈɛməɹˌi] (IPA)

The phrase "by memory" refers to the act of recalling information or following a process without the aid of written or visual aids. There are several synonyms for this term, including "by heart," "from memory," "by rote," and "by recall." Each of these phrases describes the same concept of memorizing and retaining information or skills. The ability to perform tasks by memory is important in many areas of life, such as learning a new language, performing a musical piece, or even cooking a favorite recipe. With practice and repetition, anyone can improve their ability to recall information and perform tasks by memory.

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A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with By memory

  • Home is one's birthplace, ratified by memory.
    Henry Anatole Grunwald
  • We must never allow the future to be weighed down by memory. For children have no past, and that is the whole secret of the magical innocence of their smiles.
    Milan Kundera
  • Home is one's birthplace, ratified by memory.
    Henry Grunwald
  • Midnight is a wonderful thing in a vast city—and midnight was upon Vienna. The shops were closed, the windows darkened, and the streets deserted—strange that where so much of life was gathered together there could be such deep repose; yet nothing equals the stillness of a great town at night. Perhaps it is the contrast afforded by memory that makes this appear yet more profound. In the lone valley, and in the green forest, there is quiet even at noon—quiet, at least, broken by sounds belonging alike to day and night. The singing of the bee and the bird, or the voice of the herdsman carolling some old song of the hills—these may be hushed; but there is still the rustle of the leaves, the wind murmuring in the long grass, and the low perpetual whisper of the pine. But in the town—the brick and mortar have no voices of their own. Nature is silent—her soft, sweet harmonies are hushed in the great human tumult—man, and man only, is heard. Through many hours of the twenty-four, the ocean of existence rolls on with a sound like thunder—a thousand voices speak at once. The wheels pass and re-pass over the stones—music, laughter, anger, the words of courtesy and of business, mingle together—the history of a day is the history of all time. The annals of life but repeat themselves.
    Letitia Elizabeth Landon
  • The point I would make is that the novelist and the historian are seeking the same thing: the truth — not a different truth: the same truth — only they reach it, or try to reach it, by different routes. Whether the event took place in a world now gone to dust, preserved by documents and evaluated by scholarship, or in the imagination, preserved by memory and distilled by the creative process, they both want to tell us to re-create it, by their separate methods, and make it live again in the world around them.
    Shelby Foote

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