Definitions

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  • noun A second or subsequent immersion.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ immersion

Examples

  • Since returning to the States, Maven had battled reimmersion issues common among discharged Iraq veterans.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • Since returning to the States, Maven had battled reimmersion issues common among discharged Iraq veterans.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • But the truth is, McGwire is getting good grades for his reimmersion into the game.

    Top 5 Sports Stories

  • But the truth is, McGwire is getting good grades for his reimmersion into the game.

    Len Berman: Top 5 Sports Stories

  • Since returning to the States, Maven had battled reimmersion issues common among discharged Iraq veterans.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • Take That's first album as a quintet since 1995 is informed by two things: a genuinely new sound – shaped by electropop producer Stuart Price – and Robbie Williams's seamless reimmersion into life as a band member, which is played out on emotional duets with Gary Barlow and Mark Owen.

    Take That: Progress - review

  • Since returning to the States, Maven had battled reimmersion issues common among discharged Iraq veterans.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • Since returning to the States, Maven had battled reimmersion issues common among discharged Iraq veterans.

    The Town

  • In the course of this reimmersion into what's really important-at least to some of the great tea-drinkers of the day-I happened upon a campaign advertisement for City Comptroller Alan Hevesi.

    Sometimes You Get What You Pay For

  • The new "Cuban Linx" is a sequel as they're seldom made, in music or film: a full, unapologetic reimmersion into an old state of mind.

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