Examples of rejoin in a Sentence
I'll be rejoining my family for the last part of our vacation.
Now that the kids are in school, I'm ready to rejoin the workforce.
The original drummer left the band in 2000 but rejoined two years later.
This trail eventually rejoins the main trail.
The river divides here, but the two streams rejoin downstream.
Recent Examples of rejoin from the Web
As reported by Marca, the 31-year-old was involved in a collision with goalkeeper Pepe Reina, receiving treatment to his ankle before rejoining the training session at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.
Soon after, lefty Robbie Ray and right-hander Randall Delgado also will rejoin the pitching staff, and, at some point, they’ll be joined on the roster by outfielders Steven Souza Jr. and A.J. Pollock.
Released by the Red Sox last July after a miserable 2 ½ seasons in Boston, Sandoval rejoined the Giants in August and won a tryout in 2018 even though third baseman Evan Longoria was acquired to play Sandoval’s position.
After the saddle, the normal route up Capitol dips down to the east and then crosses a steep rocky slope, before rejoining the main ridge near K2, a nearby thirteener.
Pitchers Wei-Yin Chen and Dan Straily had also returned from rehab assignments and were awaiting final clearance from the medical staff before rejoining the starting rotation.
If Mayer wins, there are signs Felder will rejoin his Democratic colleagues.
Nurkic was instantly pulled from the game and limped to the locker room for evaluation, before rejoining the Blazers' bench with a large ice pack on his leg.
He was signed to the Colts' practice squad and released in October before rejoining the Seahawks in December.
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REJOIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rejoin for English Language Learners
: to become a member of (a group or organization) again
: to come together with (something) again
: to reply to (something said or written) especially in a rude or angry way
REJOIN Defined for Kids
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