reencountered

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  • verb Alternative spelling of re-encountered.

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Examples

  • Though he was several minutes behind, he swiftly reencountered Regin sauntering down Bourbon Street alone.

    Dreams of a Dark Warrior

  • Born in Australia, she first trained with her mother; a vocal scholarship then brought her to London, where she reencountered Richard Bonynge, a compatriot who was then working a vocal coach at the Royal Opera House.

    Joan Sutherland: addio, Stupenda

  • Though he was several minutes behind, he swiftly reencountered Regin sauntering down Bourbon Street alone.

    Dreams of a Dark Warrior

  • The poem is about the painting that Parmigianino copied from a mirror image, whose reproduction Ashbery had first seen in a New York Times review of Sydney Freedberg's monograph and later, in Provincetown, reencountered in a cheap art book.

    Papa

  • In the water they recognized each other, they reencountered themselves.

    MALINCHE

  • When he first reencountered Minny Temple, aged seventeen, not having seen her for some years, the sentiment was still very much one of admiration, even awe.

    The Master

  • For her sister, Agnes, now twenty, and three years her junior, having recently reencountered a young schoolmaster who some time before had conducted the district school near the Alden farm, and finding him more to her taste now than when she had been in school, had decided to marry him.

    An American Tragedy

  • But once he had reencountered Hortense, whether all this was of any import to her he could not tell.

    An American Tragedy

  • All this was to avoid the necessity of a too definite localizing of the man's past, and the difficulty about old friends never being reencountered.

    The Mystery of Murray Davenport A Story of New York at the Present Day

  • On another he went to Dorothy Lamour’s wedding reception, where he reencountered Spencer Tracy, and met Gary Cooper and Marlene Dietrich, with whom he was “most impressed.”

    Storyteller

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