An example of reunite is a father meeting his teenage son after not seeing him since he was an infant.
intransitive verb-·nit′ed, -·nit′ing
Origin of reunitefrom Medieval Latin reunitus, past participle of reunire: see re- and unite
tr. & intr.v.re·u·nit·ed, re·u·nit·ing, re·u·nites
(third-person singular simple present reunites, present participle reuniting, simple past and past participle reunited)
- To unite again.
- After ten years apart, the band will reunite.
- Two of the members tried several times, but failed to reunite the band.