verb (used with object), oc·cu·pied, oc·cu·py·ing.
verb (used without object), oc·cu·pied, oc·cu·py·ing.
Origin of occupy
Examples from the Web for reoccupy
Do we really want to reoccupy Gaza, because that will be the consequence of a regime change.
The Romans did not push their advantage, but were satisfied to reoccupy the ground from which they had been driven.
"You won't be able to reoccupy your house for a long time, I fear," said Colburne.Miss Ravenel's conversion from secession to loyalty|J. W. de Forest
This was shortly before La Harpe attempted to reoccupy the place for the French.The Colonization of North America|Herbert Eugene Bolton