What is another word for reunited?

Pronunciation: [ɹˌiːjuːnˈa͡ɪtɪd] (IPA)

Reunited is a term that denotes the act of coming together or meeting after a period of separation. It has a variety of synonyms, which can be used to convey the same meaning in different contexts. The most common synonym for reunite is 'reconnected,' which is often used to refer to people who have not seen or spoken to each other in a long time. Other synonyms include reunited, rejoined, and recalled. These words can be used to describe the act of reuniting two individuals, groups, or organizations, or even countries that are separated by distance or time. In essence, reunite and its synonyms all convey the idea of two or more things coming together again after a separation.

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Usage examples for Reunited

I am sure I can never see as much of you as I want to in this life, and I cannot tell you how much I hope we will be reunited beyond the grave, and live forever to love each other, even as we do now.
"The Mystery of the Locks"
Edgar Watson Howe
And these two, who go on their way in reunited love, understand the mystery of Dilsey Quinn's short life, and that the strange fine threads that connect us here are so many chords of the greater harmony of human love in its redemption.
"In Wild Rose Time"
Amanda M. Douglas
Their lives, like two turbulent streams long parted, were at last reunited, to flow on as one, strong and deep.
"If Any Man Sin"
H. A. Cody

Famous quotes with Reunited

  • Despite the best of efforts, many foster children are neither reunited with their families, nor adopted.
    Charles Foster Bass
  • I suffer every moment of every day that I am not with my son. All I want is to be reunited with my son.
    Craig Kelly
  • My team and I have reunited two elements that coexist with difficulty: respect and affection, because when they love you they don't respect you and when they respect you they don't love you.
    Shakira
  • It takes one person to forgive, it takes two people to be reunited.
    Lewis B. Smedes
  • Like Christianity, Buddhism explained suffering. In forms that established themselves in China, Buddhism offered the same sort of comfort to bereaved survivors and victims of violence or of disease as Christian faith did in the Roman world. Buddhism of course originated in India, where disease incidence was probably always very high as compared with civilizations based in cooler climates; Christianity, too, took shape in the urban environments of Jerusalem, Antioch, and Alexandria where the incidence of infectious disease was certainly very high as compared to conditions in cooler and less crowded places. From their inception, therefore, both faiths had to deal with sudden death by disease as one of the conspicuous facts of human life. Consequently, it is not altogether surprising that both religions taught that death was a release from pain, and a blessed avenue of entry upon a delightful afterlife where loved ones would be reunited, and earthly injustices and pains amply compensated for.
    William H. McNeill

Related words: reuniting, reunite, reunited with

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