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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rejoinder.

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Examples

  • Gen. David Petraeus tells a story about how, at the start of the surge, visiting dignitaries would tell him he had a public-diplomacy problem; he rejoindered that he had a results problem.

    Money Ain’t A Thing Baby We Can Buy It All | ATTACKERMAN

  • Many scholars build their careers around a certain set of ideas about how best to conserve nature; those ideas are often countered, the counters rebutted, the rebuttals rejoindered, and the rejoinders refuted in what can become epic (and occasionally tedious) exchanges in the literature.

    Todd Palmer and Rob Pringle: What Conservatism Taught Us About Conservation

  • "Then do something about it!" the salesman rejoindered.

    Flux Tales of Human Futures

  • O'Reilly rejoindered with a lame joke about NBC, because what else could he do?

    Gawker

  • She stated her opposition to free-trade proposals, and when one attendee said that job loss to foreign countries hosting multinational corporations was "in the nature of capitalism," she rejoindered, "Well, that's why I'm a Democrat."

    Memphis Flyer

  • She stated her opposition to free-trade proposals, and when one attendee said that job loss to foreign countries hosting multinational corporations was "in the nature of capitalism," she rejoindered, "Well, that's why I'm a Democrat."

    Memphis Flyer

  • "You're not wrong", I rejoindered as I flicked lotus petals and a smell a bit like a raindrop off the swelling chromium cuff of my robes, "Frankly I couldn't write coherently about the latest press release from those loons at Durham unless I was ripped to the nupnups".

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • Anyway, Murph and tarl rejoindered, Tarl arguing that the US had long been a minority buyer compaored to Europe and and Asia, although I’d point out that’s an apples and oranges comparision because the US is a sovereign state, not a loose regional grouping.

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  • His buddy smirked and rejoindered, loud enough for everyone around him to hear, "I'll shut it up

    Salon

  • She demurred with, "Well, you never know when you're going to offend somebody, so I've just started saying 'Happy Holidays,'" to which I rejoindered, "Too bad if it offends people.

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