Definitions

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  • noun Injury appearing for the second time.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ injury

Examples

  • Rowand may not change the way he plays because of the broken nose, but the potential for reinjury is definitely present.

    USATODAY.com - Good start or bad, forget standing pat

  • It also strengthens the surrounding muscles, taking pressure off the injured area, which allows it to heal more quickly and reduces the chances of reinjury.

    The Life You Want

  • It also strengthens the surrounding muscles, taking pressure off the injured area, which allows it to heal more quickly and reduces the chances of reinjury.

    The Life You Want

  • Functional exercises are particularly important for preventing reinjury; for instance, the crunches and arm and leg raises described on pages 257 to 259 strengthen your back muscles, and stretching improves flexibility.

    The Life You Want

  • It also strengthens the surrounding muscles, taking pressure off the injured area, which allows it to heal more quickly and reduces the chances of reinjury.

    The Life You Want

  • Functional exercises are particularly important for preventing reinjury; for instance, the crunches and arm and leg raises described on pages 257 to 259 strengthen your back muscles, and stretching improves flexibility.

    The Life You Want

  • Functional exercises are particularly important for preventing reinjury; for instance, the crunches and arm and leg raises described on pages 257 to 259 strengthen your back muscles, and stretching improves flexibility.

    The Life You Want

  • This will insure that your new running form is solid enough to support additional distance or speed without the risk of reinjury.

    ChiRunning

  • I think the chance of reinjury are laughably small, but I would feel soooo dumb if I was wrong ...

    "Valkyrie" (2009)

  • In middle age Mr. Woods is likely to develop arthritis in the joint, but barring a significant reinjury, he shouldn't ever again have to suffer the searing pain he did in the Open.

    The Pain of a Champion

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