reunited

Part of speech: verb

To unite again.

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Usage examples "reunited":

  1. In re- embracing the Protestant confession, therefore, Rousseau was not leaving Catholicism, to which he had never really passed over; he was only undergoing in entire gravity of spirit a formality which reconciled him with his native city, and reunited those strands of spiritual connection with it which had never been more than superficially parted. - "Rousseau Volumes I. and II.", John Morley.
  2. Isobel said, " Well, we have nothing to do with the Reunited Nations." - "Black Man's Burden", Dallas McCord Reynolds.
  3. Heaven blessed me with children; but having been separated from them from their earliest infancy, the day at length came when we were to be reunited. - "Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers", Various.