To rejoin something is to join it again. When you rejoin a group, you join it again as a whole.

  • They rejoined the club after they had stopped attending for a while.

  • They rejoined the army after they had left it.

Definition of rejoin


answer back


come back, repay, retort, return, riposte


join again

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Example Sentences for rejoin

  • 1

    Leavenworth rejoins to the rest of the regiment.

  • 2

    Hussein is forbidden to rejoin the service.

  • 3

    He rejoined the club in the last year.

  • 4

    You have the option of actively rejoining the debate.

  • 5

    The destroyer is to rejoin the Northern Fleet in the first half of 2010.

  • 6

    The road ends in the Litex area and rejoins with the Commonwealth Avenue.

  • 7

    The team who lost the most would rejoin the competition.

  • 8

    Now, Aspen intends to rejoin Cannon Hawke and the rest of the Blue.

  • 9

    In 1992, April Wine was reformed and Clench was asked to rejoin and agreed.

  • 10

    This led them to decamp from the WP and rejoin the SWP in 1947.