[ ree-en-truhnt ]
/ riˈɛn trənt /
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reentering or pointing inward: a reentrant angle.
a reentering angle or part.
a person or thing that reenters or returns: Reentrants to the engineering program must take the introductory course again.
Physical Geography. a prominent indentation in a coastline.Compare salient (def. 6).
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How to use reentrant in a sentence
Frowning hills and rolling sand dunes are to be thrown bodily into the reentrant bay.The Little Lady of Lagunitas|Richard Henry Savage
British Dictionary definitions for reentrant
/ (riːˈɛntrənt) /
(of an angle, esp in fortifications) pointing inwardsCompare salient (def. 2)
maths (of an angle in a polygon) greater than 180° and thus pointing inwards
an angle or part that points inwards
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