- to enlist again.
Origin of reenlist
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Examples from the Web for re-enlist
And some would maybe even say that perhaps now would be another good time to re-enlist her services.Stop Blaming the Moon for Your Crazy
June 20, 2014
In fact, it was quite some time before her successful attempt to re-enlist.The Cross-Dressing Revolutionary: Alex Myers’ New Novel
February 4, 2014
All to be discharged; re-enlist them, you; Ferdinand will keep them till you do it.History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XX. (of XXI.)
This was the first brigade or command to re-enlist unconditionally for the war.Makers and Romance of Alabama History
B. F. Riley
They had made up their minds to re-enlist and asked me to join them.Ten years in the ranks, U.S. army
Efforts were made at this camp to induce the men to re-enlist.The history of Company C, Seventh Regiment, O.V.I
Then the time for high resolves; to read to himself his duty; to "re-enlist for the war."
Word Origin and History for re-enlist
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