Definition of Reentering:
go back, turn back
Synonyms of Reentering:
● Back up
● Go again
Opposite/Antonyms of Reentering:
Sentence/Example of Reentering:
He carried the dustpan and broom away to their places, but he did not reenter the room.
Then he signed to her to reenter the poop-house, and followed her within.
The landlord may reenter and eject a tenant if rent is in arrears for 1/2 year.
The man they could not see gave a snort of dismay and turned to reenter the door.
The next moment, when he sought with a conscientious sigh to reenter his old mood, he was half shocked to find it gone.
To my gratification he told me that I could reenter the institution, and that he would trust me to pay the debt when I could.
To reenter her promised land would place her beloved ones in jeopardy.
Here she was interrupted by a whoop from somewhere,—reenter Leander at a full run.
What right have they … however … as for myself I shall not reenter the world for any but the object I have just mentioned.
The youth went from him running, but Ulric did not reenter the city by the Damascus gate.