reencountering love

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  • verb Present participle of reencounter.

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Examples

  • I think there are benefits to my continually rereading my notes and reencountering my sources; for one thing, I don't retain information particularly well, especially when that information isn't immediately useful and only becomes so as a project develops.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • I think there are benefits to my continually rereading my notes and reencountering my sources; for one thing, I don't retain information particularly well, especially when that information isn't immediately useful and only becomes so as a project develops.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • One of the reasons I rarely go to the movies anymore is that I hate the feeling of leaving the theater and reencountering reality.

    Blogging, not slogging.

  • And instead of going to see Roberta as usual, he decided as before on first reencountering her, to walk a bit, then return to his room, and retire early.

    An American Tragedy

  • Newly evolved species went from Kauai to Oahu, from Oahu to Maui, from Maui to everywhere, reencountering their own close but now reproductively incompatible relatives.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • Newly evolved species went from Kauai to Oahu, from Oahu to Maui, from Maui to everywhere, reencountering their own close but now reproductively incompatible relatives.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • Their suffocating constriction and padded, ladderlike steps summoned up a thousand memories of gambades and trysts: coursing the white wolves, scourging the prisoners of the antechamber, reencountering Oringa.

    The Urth of the New Sun

  • As well, there has been the constant, unexpected joy of reencountering all those things I grew up with but had largely forgotten: baseball on the radio, the deeply satisfying whoing-bang slam of a screen door in summer, insects that glow, sudden run-for-your-life thunderstorms, really big snowfalls, Thanksgiving and the Fourth of July, the smell of a skunk from just the distance that you have to sniff the air quizzically and say: "Is that a skunk?",

    I'm A Stranger Here Myself

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