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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reunite.
  • adjective united again after being separated


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  • The old fellow travelers and Honecker claques became deputies and ministers in reunited Germany, just as former Nazis enjoyed political careers after the war.

    The Lives of Nazis, the Stasi and Others

  • The possibility of careers in reunited Germany has been blocked only for stubborn members of the SED who continue to see East Germany as a sort of paradise.

    The Lives of Nazis, the Stasi and Others

  • He has seen Alsace reincorporated with France, overrun by the Germans during the Second World War, and then once again reunited with France.

    The Nobel Peace Prize 1952 - Presentation Speech

  • They're going to spend some time just getting re -- reunited, which is totally understandable.

    CNN Transcript Apr 17, 2009

  • No one was allowed anywhere near it except the immaculately dressed actors embracing each other warmly upon being 'reunited'.

    Salena Tramel: Egypt-Gaza Border-Crossing A Soap Opera Filming Set

  • The promo says the Final Five are "reunited," although I guess that technically doesn't require all of them to be conscious.

    Promo for Deadlock

  • And for me to be "reunited" with Corinne after a long winter was heavenly.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • And for me to be "reunited" with Corinne after a long winter was heavenly.

    Best Friends

  • Been "reunited" with (and have since maintained an ongoing close friendship with) the person born two hours after me in the same hospital in NYC where I was born (and where, incidentally, my mother was also born; her mother, while also born in NYC, was orphaned as a child and we don't know where, exactly, my grandmother was born).

    Breakfast in Bed

  • When we were "reunited" they were fresh from a bath and I couldn't tell them apart.



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