reentrance

noun
re·​en·​trance | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈen-trən(t)s How to pronounce reentrance (audio) \

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Even in the age of tiny sunglasses and fanny packs, these feel a tad too dated to make a grand reentrance. Ana Colon, Glamour, "Eighties-Style Shell Suits Are Here to Replace Your Track Pant Obsession," 17 July 2018

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1553, in the meaning defined above

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