verb (used without object), rem·i·nisced, rem·i·nisc·ing.
- remington, eliphalet,
- remington, frederic,
Origin of reminisce
Examples from the Web for reminiscing
Don spends an afternoon with Joan, test-driving a Jaguar and drinking together in a bar, reminiscing about the past.
Reminiscing on life in his hometown, Hemon writes, “physically and metaphysically, I was placed.”Michael Hainey and Aleksandar Hemon’s Chicago Dreams|Chris Wallace|March 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Or reminiscing about events he could not possibly have witnessed.What Newt Gingrich Can Teach Obama, and America, About Romney|Matt Latimer|October 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The film opens with Pi (Irrfan Khan), a grown man, reminiscing to a novelist (Rafe Spall) about his childhood.Is Ang Lee’s Visually Breathtaking Life of Pi This Year’s Slumdog Millionaire?|Marlow Stern|September 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Hushed, melancholic vocals disrupt the hypnotic interlude, reminiscing on a past love.Gotye on His Viral Hit ‘Somebody That I Used to Know’|Marlow Stern|March 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
They know some of the same people at home and spent an hour reminiscing after dinner.The Four Corners Abroad|Amy Ella Blanchard
But thinking, dreaming, reminiscing would not bring it all back for there was only one answer to still the longing: work.The Ultimate Experiment|Thornton DeKy
For a long time afterwards she sat dreaming, reminiscing in sweet fancy every word and smile Theodore had given her.Rose O'Paradise|Grace Miller White
On my own part, I was only reminiscing upon the travels of this old tea set.Ruth Fielding Homeward Bound|Alice B. Emerson
A school friend, reminiscing about Humphrey, told of a walk several of them took one hot day.Historic Inventions|Rupert S. Holland
1829, "to recollect," back-formation from reminiscence. Meaning "indulge in reminiscences" is from 1871. "Somewhat colloquial" [OED]. Related: Reminisced; reminiscing.