re-union[ ree-yoon-yuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-union
Synonyms for re-union
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-UNION
Thus end the ways of bringing about a re-union with a former lover.
Ida signalled Carry of the intended visit, and invited her to join in the re-union.
Ripperda then spoke on the causes and terms of his re-union with Spain.
During the first moments of our re-union, they were mad with joy and happiness.
If I had wanted anything by which to mark this night of our re-union, I should have found it in this.
The re-union is celebrated by a boisterous dance (the cachucha).
But the sorrow had been followed by the joy of forgiveness, and the bliss of re-union.
Might not the sum of which she permitted herself to take the disposal, prove the means of re-union with Gabriella?
It was almost as though they had never met before, so delightful was the re-union between Dawn and her father.
It was only by the joy she expressed at their re-union that Herbert learned how painful the separation had been to her.