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Come together or cause to come together again after a period of separation or disunity:[no object] ‘the three friends reunited in 1959’[with object] ‘Stephanie was reunited with her parents’
reuniting, reunion, bringing together (again), bringing back together (again), conciliation, reconcilementView synonyms
- ‘After liberation, she made her way to England, finally reuniting with her children in 1946.’
- ‘This charming and affecting sequel, reuniting the characters after nine years, gives us the answer.’
- ‘Some users even reunite with old friends while others have found the love of their life.’
- ‘Across the country, email in-trays piled up with stories of near misses and friends reunited.’
- ‘He'll overcome his personal traumas by simply reuniting with his wife.’
- ‘Tears of joy were flowing as three great army friends were reunited after more than 50 years apart.’
- ‘Nobody ever accused him of delaying the end of the Warring States Period in his attempts to stop the Qin Kingdom from reuniting the whole country.’
- ‘We came here not just to be reunited with friends but to pay our respects to soldiers like him.’
- ‘When we're together it's like long lost siblings reuniting, especially for me and Brandon.’
- ‘Council officials have been left with their tails between their legs after claiming they were ‘duped’ into reuniting a woman and her pet dog.’
- ‘The backing of the throne had an image of him reuniting the two kingdoms of Upper and Lower Kemet.’
- ‘The party has always accommodated a broad range of political views, bound together by the central aim of reuniting the country.’
- ‘His new film, House of Flying Daggers, is another martial arts period piece, and reunites the director with his ‘Hero’ star, Ziyi Zhang.’
- ‘This is typically what happens when friends reunite after several years.’
- ‘For many, reuniting with wives and children is the next difficult and emotional task.’
- ‘Many fans hoped for a fairytale resolution to Kahn's crisis, reuniting a father with his children.’
- ‘Blessings on the internet, and the way it reunites friends hourly.’
- ‘They had talked all night chatting like old friends reuniting after 10 years apart.’
- ‘A group of friends reunites in a New Hampshire cottage to reconnect and remember.’
- ‘North and South Korea have agreed to resume a program which reunites families separated for more than 50 years by their civil war.’
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