- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reunite.
“The look on Elizabeth's face as he "reunites" her with Peter speaks volumes: there was no going back for them.”
“Seinfeld cast 'reunites' on HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm comedy back together again for seventh season of Larry David's HBO show”
“Sean delivers the goods — he reunites her with her people — but how could Danni have guessed that she would be meeting herself as a child?”
“Exploring the "pressure points of the American experience," The Public Lab premieres "Sweet and Sad," which reunites a Rhinebeck, N.Y., family over Sunday brunch on September 11, 2011 in a conversation about loss and remembrance and an affirmation of their own story as a family.”
“Luckily, he reunites with Sawyer's group during the next flash.”
“The first reunites Christine with a failed former beau, played by Dave Foley; the second unites Barb and Matthew, much to Christine's very vocal displeasure.”
“On the Sour: This novel is about a finance guy who experiences marital difficulties, plays some cricket, chums around in New York with a small time if-you-build-it-they-will-come immigrant/hood/dreamer [who gets killed], and reunites with his wife and son in London.”
“And Joseph Lyle Taylor reunites with Martindale — a costar in Sidney Lumet's great, all-but-forgotten A&E drama 100 Centre Street — as Doyle Bennett, a local lawman who's far from a straight shooter.”
“Sara is back on White Collar, but it's all business when she reunites with Neal.”
“Whitney Cummings reunites with Lisa Lampanelli, her fellow valkyrie of vulgarity from the celebrity-roast circuit, on NBC's Whitney 9:30/8:30c, playing a dog-pound owner who interferes with Whitney's plan to adopt a pooch. ...”
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