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
Jazz writers reminisced in print about the old band.
He reminisced about celebrities and others he has seen on the ferry.
So when he reminisced about the famous, he was looking back but not up.
Illustrators of four books in the series reminisced about their experiences as well.
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