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reminisce

[rem-uh-nis] /ˌrɛm əˈnɪs/
verb (used without object), reminisced, reminiscing.
1.
to recall past experiences, events, etc.; indulge in reminiscence.
Origin
1820-1830
1820-30; back formation from reminiscence
Synonyms
remember, recollect, muse.
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Examples from the web for reminisce
  • The genial trainer got to see his old friend, and reminisce about good times.
  • Stroking and talking to one of the therapy dogs often leads patients to reminisce about experiences with their own pets.
  • Look at family photos or videos together and reminisce.
British Dictionary definitions for reminisce

reminisce

/ˌrɛmɪˈnɪs/
verb
1.
(intransitive) to talk or write about old times, past experiences, etc
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Word Origin and History for reminisce
v.

1829, "to recollect," back-formation from reminiscence. Meaning "indulge in reminiscences" is from 1871. "Somewhat colloquial" [OED]. Related: Reminisced; reminiscing.

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