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reminisce about someone or something

to think about one's memories of someone or something; to discuss or share memories of someone or something. They were reminiscing about their old friends. The old men sat and reminisced about the good old days.
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reminisce with someone

to share memories with someone. I love to reminisce with my sister about old times. Todd was reminiscing with Alice about the good old days.
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Red Cross officials said people can write down their reminisces in any format and make them as long or as short as they wish.
Parentless Dossi reminisces about a wonderful summer visit with the Meade family.
From there she tells stories, reminisces, even sings, as she sews ribbons onto her slippers.
Dickinson reminisces with readers about her climb to superstardom (she landed on the cover of Cosmopolitan seven times), her subsequent financial falls, and how more money often came by simply demanding it.
When Jackson reminisces about youthful attempts to learn to drive a pickup and boat with help from dad, you can't help but feel touched.
Madeleine reminisces about her childhood; the path from bad to plummeting.
He reminisces about his life, reenacting excerpts from his famous roles such as Petrouchka, Scheherazade, and the Faun in L'apres-midi.
Speaking in the clear, cultured tones of a Southern lady, Windham reminisces about peak events, such as when her new green rubber bathing suit split up the back at the old swimming hole, Santa delivered her red scooter by train on Christmas Day, and an elephant almost sat on her at the circus.