reminisce

[rem-uh-nis]
verb (used without object), reminisced, reminiscing.
to recall past experiences, events, etc.; indulge in reminiscence.

Origin:
1820–30; back formation from reminiscence


remember, recollect, muse.
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reminisce (ˌrɛmɪˈnɪs)
 
vb
(intr) to talk or write about old times, past experiences, etc

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reminisce
1829, back formation from reminiscence. Related: Reminiscing.
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Example sentences
Candy had a blast reminiscing about her snakehead days.
It certainly isn't the sheer joy of reminiscing to a snoopy foreign writer.
Looking over a haul of digital photos can involve as much regret over fudged
  shots as reminiscing over golden moments.
You're reminiscing about a friend who moved away years ago, and then she
  arrives unexpectedly at your door.
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