re-unite[ ree-yoo-nahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-unite
Synonyms for re-unite
- bring together
- bunch up
- call together
- come together
- gang up
- hang around
- hang out
- make the scene
- meet up
- round up
- scare up
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-UNITE
The attacking fleet would divide and re-unite, break up and vanish, amazingly reappear.
Hovell soon discovered the folly of schism, and, better thoughts prevailing, returned to re-unite his party with Hume's.
Luckstone made one ineffectual effort to re-unite them in solid rank against the attacking police enemy, then he also surrendered.
Godwin, it appears, tried hard to re-unite Shelley and Harriet, and disapproved entirely of the new connection.
This post carried, they were to re-unite with Greene's army on the high hills of Santee.
The nearest line on which these two portions could re-unite was the line Tul Keram-Nablus.
He thought to do well by so speaking, to re-unite, as it were, in some degree those whom misfortune had parted.
The Fibula (buckle) is so called, because it serves to fix together and to re-unite parts which are separated.