Examples of reunion in a Sentence
an emotional reunion between mother and son
He dreamed of a reunion with his son.
Recent Examples of reunion from the Web
Like many, Ron Fletcher said the annual reunion is a highlight for him every year.
Laver, now 78, said by telephone last week from his home in Carlsbad, Calif., before flying to London to take part in a 50th anniversary reunion at Wimbledon.
The weeklong event, which is returning to the Seattle area for the first time since 2004, serves as a reunion of sorts for Ethiopians across the continent.
And that means the chances of a reunion with former Hawk Patrick Sharp are slim to none.
The sound of island music with a steady calypso beat played during the 10th reunion of one of Coconut Grove’s oldest black families.
Matthew Fahey's Macbeth and Melanie Keller's Lady Macbeth move quickly from sensual passion at their reunion to seizing the opportunity to move the witches' words into action.
Sunday night’s show at the Madrid Theatre was a reunion of sorts, in a couple of ways.
Now that Rachel's down for a reunion, here's hoping the rest of the cast follows suit, ASAP.
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First Known Use of reunion
REUNION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reunion for English Language Learners
: an act of getting people together again after they have been apart : an act of reuniting
: an organized gathering of people who have not been together for a long time
Definition of Réunion for English Language Learners
: French island in the Indian Ocean
REUNION Defined for Kids
Definition of reunion for Students
1 : an act of coming or bringing together again after being apart the band's reunion
2 : an organized gathering of people who have not been together for some time a class reunion
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