(Re`ëm*bark") v. t. & i. To put, or go, on board a vessel again; to embark again.
(Re*ëm`bar*ka"tion) n. A putting, or going, on board a vessel again.
(Re`ëm*bod"y) v. t. To embody again.
(Re`ëm*brace") v. i. To embrace again.
(Re`ë*merge") v. i. To emerge again.
(Re`ë*mer"gence) n. Act of reëmerging.
(Re`ën*act") v. t. To enact again.
(Re`ën*ac"tion) n. The act of reënacting; the state of being reënacted.
(Re`ën*act"ment) n. The enacting or passing of a law a second time; the renewal of a law.
(Re`ën*cour"age) v. t. To encourage again.
(Re`ën*dow") v. t. To endow again.
(Re`ën*force") v. t. [Pref. re- + enforce: cf. F. renforcer.] To strengthen with new force,
assistance, material, or support; as, to reënforce an argument; to reënforce a garment; especially, to strengthen
with additional troops, as an army or a fort, or with additional ships, as a fleet. [Written also reinforce.]
(Re`ën*force"), n. [See Reënforce, v., and cf. Ranforce, Reinforce.] Something which reënforces
or strengthens. Specifically: (a) That part of a cannon near the breech which is thicker than the rest
of the piece, so as better to resist the force of the exploding powder. See Illust. of Cannon. (b) An
additional thickness of canvas, cloth, or the like, around an eyelet, buttonhole, etc.
1. The act of reënforcing, or the state of being reënforced.
2. That which reënforces; additional force; especially, additional troops or force to augment the strength of
any army, or ships to strengthen a navy or fleet.
(Re`ën*gage") v. t. & i. To engage a second time or again.
(Re`ën*gage"ment) n. A renewed or repeated engagement.
(Re`ën*grave") v. t. To engrave anew.
(Re`ën*joy") v. i. To enjoy anew. Pope.
(Re`ën*joy"ment) n. Renewed enjoyment.