Definition of recement in US English:

recement

verb

  • with object To join again with or as if with cement; to reunite firmly or closely.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Nathaniel Ward (1578–1652), clergyman and compiler of a law code for Massachusetts. From re- + cement.

Pronunciation

recement

/ˌriːsɪˈmɛnt/