Rejoin meaning

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To say in reply, especially in sharp response to a reply.
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To reply.
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To come again into the company of.

Rejoined his regiment.

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To join together again; reunite.
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To become joined again.
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To come into the company of again.
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To join together again; reunite.
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To become a member of again after a lapse in membership.
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To become joined together again.
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To say in answer.
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To answer.
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(law) To answer the plaintiff's replication.
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To join again; to unite after separation.
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To come, or go, again into the presence of; to join the company of again.
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(archaic) To state in reply; -- followed by an object clause.
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(archaic, intransitive): To answer to a reply.
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(law, intransitive) To answer, as the defendant to the plaintiff's replication.
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Origin of rejoin

  • Middle English rejoinen from Old French rejoindre rejoin- re- re- joindre to join join

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • French rejoindre; pref. re- re- + joindre to join. See join, and confer rejoinder.

    From Wiktionary