- to enter again: The guests reentered the reception room after dinner.
- to participate in once more; resume: to reenter politics after a long absence; mothers reentering the work force after their children are grown.
- to record again, as in a list or account.
- to enter again: The butler exits and reenters at stage left.
Origin of reenter
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Examples from the Web for reenter
But Obama also has boasted that he ended the U.S. war in Iraq and thus far has been hesitant to reenter the conflict.Iraq Wants America Back to Fight Insurgents With Air Strikes
June 11, 2014
It helped him learn to manage his ODD and prepare to reenter society.Should Juvenile Criminals Be Sentenced Like Adults?
November 26, 2012
The ruse lasted for 20 years until Subramaniam tried to reenter Singapore under a fake name.
He carried the dustpan and broom away to their places, but he did not reenter the room.Tiverton Tales
Then he signed to her to reenter the poop-house, and followed her within.The Sea-Hawk
The landlord may reenter and eject a tenant if rent is in arrears for 1/2 year.Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed.
S. A. Reilly
The man they could not see gave a snort of dismay and turned to reenter the door.Castle Craneycrow
George Barr McCutcheon
The next moment, when he sought with a conscientious sigh to reenter his old mood, he was half shocked to find it gone.The Crusade of the Excelsior