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use "reminisce" in a sentence


They stay together and reminisce about the person their mother used to be.

And YOU TOO will be here someday and reminisce those bygone youthful years!

For some, the open house Friday was an opportunity to walk the halls and reminisce.

You can walk through the "flavor graveyard" outside to reminisce about retired flavors.

My high school friends and I like to get together once a year to drink beer and reminisce about the old days.

Combat soldiers during peaceful moments like to reminisce of their halcyon days.

You always reminisce about how good things were when we were young, but I think you've forgotten just how hard our lives actually were back then.

Grandpa always likes to reminisce about the old days after he's had a couple of drinks.

Every New Year's day the family gets together to reminisce about all the good times we had growing up together.

A series of flashbacks as a Hollywood cowboy actor and his lover reminisce.

Find someone who reminds you of someone else. reminisce

Two men waiting for their wives to give birth, reminisce about their school days.5.

Filipinos in Canada hang paróls in their party halls during Christmas parties to reminisce their traditional usage of the craft.

" Larry and Petunia lament the misplacement of various office supplies and reminisce about the time when they were plentiful.46.

His friend, documentary filmmaker Jon Salter (Leonard), joins Vince in his motel room and the two reminisce about their high school years.

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