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
His return is similar to the Mariners' reunion with Ken Griffey Jr. in 2009 that was good for one-year but had an ugly conclusion.
That history, combined with a reunion with her friend and former Andretti engineer, ECR chief engineer Matt Barnes, was a very attractive package to Patrick.
Hopeful fans can go back to dreaming about a Brad and Jen reunion.
That's why, despite being happy about Saturday's reunion with Jefferson, Smith is going to do his best -- no guarantees, of course -- to ignore the jokester who came up with Lil Kev and other fun activities while in Cleveland.
Now in the twilight years of his career, Iniesta is still a Barca regular but could be tempted away by the prospect of a reunion with his former manager.
With releases marking the 50th anniversary of Zeppelin, and the most recent reunion with his former bandmates now more than ten years ago, Robert Plant considers Led Zeppelin firmly in the past.
How did the decision to do the Last Splash reunion tour in 2013 evolve into writing and recording this new record?
In 1900, a group of ex-Confederate soldiers decided to throw a reunion for Confederate veterans in Memphis.
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First Known Use of reunion
Definition of Réunion
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
REUNION Defined for Kids
Definition of reunion for Students
- the band's reunion
- a class reunion
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