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reenlist

[ree-uh n-list] /ˌri ənˈlɪst/
verb (used without object), verb (used with object)
1.
to enlist again.
Also, re-enlist.
Origin
1820-1830
1820-30; re- + enlist
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Examples from the web for reenlist
  • They enlisted for six months, with an option to reenlist for up to two years.
  • Many have decided to reenlist to take advantage of this educational opportunity.
  • They enrolled for six months, with an option to reenlist for up to two years.
  • For example, many choose not to reenlist following completion of their term of service.
  • However, because he was discharged for a personality disorder, he is ineligible to reenlist absent a waiver.
  • Brown did not reenlist when his term of service expired.
  • He was facing a decision of whether to reenlist for another few years.

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