To recollect and tell of past experiences or events.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "reminisce" in a sentence
"Whilst those with say 10 plus years in reminisce about past times, forget it, this is the new reality"
"There will come a time when Ryan Giggs is stood besuited before the TV cameras on a touchline somewhere in Europe as Manchester United fans sing his name and reminisce in the stands above, as they did for Roy Keane in Lisbon."
"Queen Elizabeth of Britain, saying she wasn't at the U.N. to "reminisce," challenged it to work for "prosperity and dignity" for all."