His re-entry could either take the form of a senior White House position, or of a senior consultant to the re-election campaign.
re-entry programs would be quite justified in preferring black counselors; I assume they do.
In other words there will be re-entry for a temporary and limited purpose during an interregnum.
There were the festivals and games which had accompanied the re-entry of the Cæsar into Rome.
For he had become aware of the re-entry of Levasseur, who was standing at his elbow.
Upon the re-entry of Tybalt, Romeo, who had removed his mask, again adjusts it.
He seemed now to have quite recovered his health, and to be ready for re-entry into public life.
This claim was open for re-entry the day that your father was drowned.
I find nothing upon which to animadvert till the re-entry of the ghost.
In like manner men discharged for cause excluded from re-entry.
reentry re·en·try (rē-ěn'trē)
Return of the same impulse into an area of heart muscle that it has recently activated but that is now no longer refractory, as in reciprocal rhythm.
The act of descent from a narcotic ecstasy (1960s+ Narcotics)