verb (used with or without object)
Words nearby reenlist
Examples from the Web for reenlist
Mike Kurth retired in 1996, but after the attacks of 9/11 he had a powerful urge to reenlist.
In 1965, even though he had two small children, he tried to reenlist in the Marines to go to Vietnam.‘Something Happened to My Head. I Couldn’t Get Focused.’|Dale Maharidge|May 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Jack and a number of young ministers in the service organized a campaign of persuasion and many were prevailed upon to reenlist.In the Days of Poor Richard|Irving Bacheller
Many and frequent were the discussions around the camp fire as to whether it was better to leave the service or to reenlist.
Clark recovered to reenlist upon the expiration of his term of service, and served to the close of the war.