noun, plural ren·dez·vous [rahn-duh-vooz; French rahn-de-voo] /ˈrɑn dəˌvuz; French rɑ̃ dɛˈvu/.
verb (used with or without object), ren·dez·voused [rahn-duh-vood] /ˈrɑn dəˌvud/, ren·dez·vous·ing [rahn-duh-voo-ing] /ˈrɑn dəˌvu ɪŋ/.
Origin of rendezvous
Examples from the Web for rendezvous
He could not return home, and in order to see his mother one last time, he had to rendezvous in a secret location.
When they rendezvous again at Langley during the funeral, it was to make it official.‘Homeland’: The 7 Plot Points You Need to Remember for the Season 3 Premiere|Andrew Romano|September 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
From algae-powered ships to a rendezvous with an asteroid, see five of the most exciting science and tech projects in the plan.Five Coolest Things in Obama’s New Budget Proposal|Josh Dzieza|April 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This lunchtime rendezvous, after all, is tantamount to a date.Romney and Obama’s First Lunch: A Social Etiquette Guide|Kevin Fallon|November 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Sometimes great nations have a rendezvous with greatness, and such is the case today.Translated from the French by Janet Lizop.
Not far from this resting-place is the chief place of rendezvous and pastime of the citizens.A Visit to the Holy Land, Egypt, and Italy|Ida Pfeiffer
Malicorne began to scratch his ear, as he asked, "What time did the king fix for the rendezvous in your apartments?"Louise de la Valliere|Alexandre Dumas, Pere
It was evident that my cabin had been appointed as a rendezvous, though I had no acquaintance with any of my three visitors.White Shadows in the South Seas|Frederick O'Brien
An hour later and we were in full retreat to our rendezvous in the San de Cubitas mountains.Thirty Years on the Frontier|Robert McReynolds
These were to rendezvous the next fall with the Algonkins, who were already on the spot to the number of 1,000.The Country of the Neutrals|James H. Coyne