Definition of Reentries

1. Noun. (plural of reentry) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of reëntry) ¹

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Definition of Reentries

1. reentry [n] - See also: reentry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reentries

reenthronement
reenthronements
reenthrones
reenthroning
reentrance
reentrances
reentrancies
reentrancy
reentrant
reentrant angle
reentrant polygon
reentrants
reentre
reentred
reentres
reentries (current term)
reentring
reentry
reentry theory
reenverse
reenvision
reenvisioned
reenvisioning
reenvisionings
reenvisions
reequip
reequipment
reequipments
reequipped
reequipping

Literary usage of Reentries

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1. The Principles and Practice of Whist by Charles Harcourt Ainslie Forbes-Lindsay, Ernest Bergholt (1902)
"Since the possession and retention of reentries is of such importance, it follows that the calculating player will endeavor to force them prematurely from ..."

2. Foster's Bridge Manual: A Complete System of Instruction in the Game : to by Robert Frederick Foster (1907)
"These reentries may be of two kinds; in the suit itself, or in another suit. The probability being against your having a long suit and reentry in another ..."

3. Foster's Bridge Manual by Robert Frederick Foster (1901)
"These reentries may be of two kinds; in the suit itself, or in another suit. The probability being against your having a long suit and reentry in another ..."

4. Foster's Bridge Manual: A Complete System of Instruction in the Game, to by Robert Frederick Foster (1901)
"These reentries may be of two kinds; in the suit itself, or in another suit. The probability being against your having a long suit and reentry in another ..."

5. Foster's Bridge Manual by R. F. Foster (1900)
"These reentries may be of two kinds; in the suit itself, or in another suit. The probability being against your having a long suit and reentry in another ..."

6. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1851)
"... of rents forfeitures reentries cause and causes of reentries trouble and incumbrances whatsoever had made commited or done by the said John Darlington ..."

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