reenlist

[ree-uhn-list]
verb (used without object), verb (used with object)
to enlist again.
Also, re-enlist.


Origin:
1820–30; re- + enlist

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Example sentences
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.
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