reemploy

verb
re·​em·​ploy | \ (ˌ)rē-im-ˈplȯi , -em-\
variants: or re-employ
reemployed or re-employed; reemploying or re-employing

Definition of reemploy

transitive verb

: to employ (someone or something) again programs to reemploy veterans remploying an old method

Other Words from reemploy

reemployment \ (ˌ)rē-​im-​ˈplȯi-​mənt \ or re-employment noun, plural reemployments or re-employments
… would say only that [he] resigned due to medical issues, and that he has not sought reemployment with the village. — Steve Janoski These amazing reemployments of men who had been drummed out of the service only a year or two earlier … — Ferdinand Mount

First Known Use of reemploy

1603, in the meaning defined above

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reemphasis

reemphasize

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reenact

reenactor

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