- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rejoin.
“Sarah Palin rejoined the Twittering masses after nearly three weeks of silence?”
“Shams al-Din rejoined, “I am no penniless pauper but have great plenty of wealth;” then he showed him all he owned of monies and stuffs and stock-in-trade and observed, “With me are stuffs and merchandise befitting every country in the world.””
“And Ala al-Din rejoined, “I hear and I obey, O my chief.””
“I reckon I can tell by the look of you better than you can by the feelin '," rejoined Sarah grimly, "an 'if you know what's good for you, you'll come and swallow it right down.”
“Under that theory, all detainees who were allegedly engaging in terrorism had therefore "rejoined" the fight.”
“This from the same scholars who "rejoined" the project and signed the text as academic advisers.”
“And the pines of Manitou have needles," he rejoined, meaning to give her the victory.”
“I can't easily forget it while you remember it," she rejoined, meaningly.”
“Supreme Commander and Dungeon Siege man Chris Taylor has 'rejoined' publisher Interplay, to work on the company's Fallout MMO.”
“Well, now that it's plainly obvious that the ones being released are going back [for any stupid leftists reading this, 'rejoined' means they were already part of militant groups] to the battlefield to fight [meaning trying to kill] American soldiers, will the left who are the highest form of patriots [remember the leftist definition of dissent] according to themselves, start calling for them terrorist scumbags to be kept in Gitmo, preventing them from killing fellow Americans?”
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