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
The same goes for my grandfather, who still reminisces about the city.
The author reminisces about his years in journalism.
In journal form, writer reminisces about the twenties giving random reflections
  and anecdotes.
The ninety-six-year-old ragtime musician reminisces about his many years in
  show business.
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