Definition of Reenter

1. Verb. (transitive) To enter again; return into. ¹



2. Verb. (transitive computing) To enter again; retype, reinput. ¹

3. Verb. (alternative spelling of reenter) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Reenter

1. enter [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: enter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reenter

reenlist
reenlisted
reenlisting
reenlistment
reenlistments
reenlists
reenroll
reenrolled
reenrolling
reenrolls
reens
reenslave
reenslaved
reenslaves
reenslaving
reenter (current term)
reentered
reentering
reentering angle
reentering polygon
reenters
reenthrone
reenthroned
reenthronement
reenthronements
reenthrones
reenthroning
reentrance
reentrances
reentrancies

Literary usage of Reenter

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1. Records Relating to the Early History of Boston by Boston (Mass.). Registry Dept (1904)
"... offered some proposals to the Selectmen to reenter & discharge him from the Indenture—the subject was generally discussed in his presence—and after he ..."

2. Under the Old Flag: Recollections of Military Operations in the War for the by James Harrison Wilson (1912)
"... of war—reenter army as senior major general from civil life—Interview with the President—Composition of army. For over four hundred years Cuba played an ..."

3. A History of Missouri by Eugene Morrow Violette (1918)
"Attempt to reenter the Senate 3. Race for the Governorship long in the Senate. Whenever he spoke, the members would generally gather around him and pay him ..."

4. Martin's History of France: The Age of Louis XIV by Henri Martin (1865)
"... dethrone alone Philip V. Loss of Douai, Bethune, Aire, and Saint-Venant. Defeat of Philip V. at Saragossa. The Allies reenter Madrid. Vendome in Spain. ..."

5. Martin's History of France: The Age of Louis XIV by Henri Martin (1865)
"The Allies reenter Madrid. Vendome in Spain. Victory of Villa Viciosa. The Allies repulsed in Catalonia. Loss of Bouchain. Ministerial Revolution at London. ..."

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