re-assemble

v.

also also reassemble, late 15c., from re- + assemble. Related: Reassembled; reassembling; reassembler; reassembly.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper


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Historical Examples of re-assemble

  • The party then separated, to re-assemble at eight o'clock the next morning.

  • They were not, however, as concurrent in their eagerness to re-assemble.

    Camilla

    Fanny Burney

  • He prorogued Parliament in May, and did not re-assemble it till October, 1669.

  • Red grunted, pushed down the lever of the rifle, and began to re-assemble the parts, his friend watching the operation.

    Hopalong Cassidy

    Clarence E. Mulford

  • After such discussions they would suddenly disperse, but only to re-assemble and twitter more eagerly than ever.

    What the Blackbird said

    Mrs. Frederick Locker