verb (used without object), rem·i·nisced, rem·i·nisc·ing.
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Origin of reminisce
Example sentences from the Web for reminisce
Dinsdale talked about immigration and reminisced about a trip “down to the border” where he “went to Nogales.”The Banker Sneaking Up on the Republicans Running for Senate in Nebraska|Ben Jacobs|May 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“They said my dad is monster but as far I know, he was a loving dad,” he reminisced.McArthur Taylor, Son of War Criminal Charles Taylor, Defends His Father|Gboko Stewart|September 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Friends and colleagues have sent their condolences and reminisced about moments shared with Jamie.Jamie Kirk Hahn, Democratic Strategist, Allegedly Stabbed by Best Man|Miranda Green|April 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“Golders Green kind of had the raucousness of New York,” he reminisced as he sipped a coffee.
He's reminisced on Facebook, Twitter, and FourSquare about their romance.
In the intervals he reminisced to the rector about the neighbourhood.The Inside of the Cup, Complete|Winston Churchill
Finally we retired to a pool-room, where I reminisced to an ever augmenting audience.Down the Yellowstone|Lewis R. Freeman
Judge Florence reminisced from the head of the table: "In '68 we knew what to do with such riff-raff."Mountain|Clement Wood