noun, plural re·en·tries.
Examples from the Web for re-entry
He was to have the torturing happiness of seeing her again—but what would his re-entry into her life mean to her?The Shadow of the East|E. M. Hull
In other words there will be re-entry for a temporary and limited purpose during an interregnum.The Political Future of India|Lajpat Rai
The re-entry, long over-due, had often not been made, before the pocket-register was mis-placed or lost.The Church of Grasmere|Mary L. Armitt
Being a re-entry match, it affords good practice under the same conditions as Match C.
In re-entry and individual matches the time of the shooting is sometimes optional with the competitor.