- to come again into the company of: to rejoin a party after a brief absence.
- to join together again; reunite.
- to become joined together again.
Origin of rejoin1
- to say in answer; reply, especially to counterreply.
- to answer; reply, especially to counterreply.
- Law. to answer a plaintiff's replication.
Origin of rejoin2
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"I have heard that she remains at the house where Phidias died," rejoined Plato.
"In truth, my father, I wished to avoid the pain of parting," rejoined Philæmon.
"I am Eudora, the adopted daughter of Phidias," rejoined the maiden.
"The name of Socrates recalls Alcibiades to my mind," rejoined Anaxagoras.
"It has but given them more unbridled license,'" rejoined Plato.
- to come again into company with (someone or something)
- (tr) to put or join together again; reunite
- to say (something) in reply; answer, reply, or retort
- law to answer (a claimant's reply)
C15: from Old French rejoign-, stem of rejoindre; see re-, join
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Word Origin and History for rejoined
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