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  • verbmeet
  • verbjoin together again

synonyms for reunited

  • join
  • reconcile
  • reconvene
  • rejoin
  • reunify
  • reassemble
  • get together
  • make up
  • meet again
  • patch up
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antonyms for reunited

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  • estrange
  • go separate ways
  • separate
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How to use reunited in a sentence

He was sent down the next day and soon reunited with the club that drafted him in the 22nd round in 2016.
NATIONALS PROTECT STEVEN FUENTES, YASEL ANTUNA AND JOAN ADON FROM RULE 5 DRAFTJESSE DOUGHERTYNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Such a deal, if it were to go through, would reunite Wizards Coach Scott Brooks with Westbrook, whom he coached for years on the Oklahoma City Thunder.
NBA FREE AGENCY TRACKER (PLUS TRADES): WARRIORS ACQUIRE KELLY OUBRE; 76ERS TRADE AL HORFORD TO THUNDERBEN GOLLIVERNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Wideout Antonio Brown is set to make his Buccaneers debut as he reunites with Tom Brady, his quarterback for the lone NFL game he played last season with the New England Patriots.
TOM BRADY AND THE BUCS WERE NO MATCH, AGAIN, FOR DREW BREES AND THE SAINTSMARK MASKENOVEMBER 9, 2020WASHINGTON POST
I mean, we reunited the cast of every movie and TV show ever made to win this election.
LATE-NIGHT TV HOSTS EXPRESS SHOCK AT CLOSE ELECTION: ‘I FEEL LIKE I OVERESTIMATED THE AMERICAN PEOPLE’EMILY YAHRNOVEMBER 5, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Her time with the New York Liberty was coming to an end, and Charles wanted to reunite with Thibault, her first coach after she was drafted No.
TO SEE WHY TINA CHARLES IS A FUTURE HALL OF FAMER, JUST WATCH HER WORK OFF THE COURTKAREEM COPELANDNOVEMBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON POST
So-called space-time wormholes are little universes that bud off our own and reunite with it sometime later.
THE MOST FAMOUS PARADOX IN PHYSICS NEARS ITS ENDGEORGE MUSSEROCTOBER 29, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
Why the NBA is considering a condensed offseason and a December start datePhiladelphia’s proposed front-office overhaul would reunite Morey and Rivers, whose careers overlapped during their shared time with the Boston Celtics.
DARYL MOREY IN ADVANCED TALKS TO LEAD 76ERS’ FRONT OFFICEBEN GOLLIVEROCTOBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The Teichs reunited at the end of the war, but most of their extended family in Poland died in concentration camps.
THE BLUEPRINT THE US CAN FOLLOW TO FINALLY PAY REPARATIONSANNABELLE TIMSITOCTOBER 13, 2020QUARTZ
Some 15 years later, Empower People, a leading pioneer grassroots organization that campaigns against marriage trafficking, helped Mahira to be reunited with her family in Assam.
THREE WOMEN: STORIES OF INDIAN TRAFFICKED BRIDESLGBTQ-EDITOROCTOBER 5, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
They fed each group a different diet—molasses or sugar—and then reunited the flies after a few generations.
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WORDS RELATED TO REUNITED

  • accumulated
  • aggregated
  • amassed
  • associated
  • brought together
  • collected
  • collocated
  • combined
  • compiled
  • concentrated
  • congregated
  • convened
  • convoked
  • crowded together
  • culled
  • forgathered
  • garnered
  • gleaned
  • grouped
  • harvested
  • hoarded
  • joined
  • lumped together
  • massed
  • met
  • picked
  • piled
  • rallied
  • reunited
  • rounded up
  • stacked
  • stored
  • summoned
  • swarmed
  • thronged
  • united
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