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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of regroup.

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Examples

  • We kind of regrouped but we still didn't play a great game tonight, '' Whitney said.

    USATODAY.com - Hockey - Carolina vs. Florida

  • ERLICH: After the debacle with Katie Couric, she kind of regrouped for a little bit there.

    CNN Transcript Oct 22, 2008

  • But Ed Mireles by sheer dint of his formidable will had "regrouped," determined that the killer not escape.

    THE NEWS BLOG

  • The guys understood that, they knew it, and to their credit, they kind of regrouped there in the third period.

    NHL - National Hockey League - Vancouver vs. Colorado

  • After the 30 minutes and we could see the ground outside the engines, we decided to go ahead and move them back to a safer area where it was less smoky, and we did so, and got out and kind of regrouped, and all took stock of where we were and what we'd just been through, and everybody was fine.

    CNN Transcript Oct 31, 2003

  • Those living in the hills had been "regrouped" for two weeks, until

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "We kind of regrouped in the second half," preseason All-American linebacker Tyler Holmes said.

    Reader - MassLive.com

  • "When we had that first media timeout, we kind of regrouped and refocused our energy on the defensive end," Wittman said.

    Stories from The Sun

  • 'regrouped' by the French army in camps in colonial Algeria - has been exceptionally extensive or cruel.

    openDemocracy

  • 'regrouped' by the French army in camps in colonial Algeria - has been exceptionally extensive or cruel.

    openDemocracy

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