01. Grandpa always likes to [reminisce] about the old days after he's had a couple of drinks.
02. The book "The Life of Abraham Lincoln" is based on the [reminiscences] of contemporaries of the former President.
03. My high school friends and I like to get together once a year to drink beer and [reminisce] about the old days.
04. The children loved to hear their grandma tell them [reminisces] of her life in the old country.
05. 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.
06. Many people find Victoria somewhat [reminiscent] of England.
07. We looked at all our photos and [reminisced] about our trip around Europe.
08. He ended his speech on the importance of family with a few [reminisces] from his own childhood.
09. Every New Year's day the family gets together to [reminisce] about all the good times we had growing up together.
10. The old rock star wrote a book of his [reminiscences] of a lifetime of sex and drugs and rock 'n' roll.
11. The shape of the Sydney Opera House is [reminiscent] of a great sailing ship.
12. This pub is [reminiscent] of pubs I used to go to as a lad back in Ireland.
13. Ogden Nash once remarked that one man's remorse is another man's [reminiscence].
14. Saki once noted that the young have aspirations that never come to pass, and the old have [reminiscences] of what never happened.
15. Herman Melville once suggested that the scene of suffering is a scene of joy when the suffering is past; and the silent [reminiscence] of hardships departed is sweeter than the presence of delight.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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