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From re- +‎ invade.


reinvade (third-person singular simple present reinvades, present participle reinvading, simple past and past participle reinvaded)

  1. To invade again.
    • 2007 December 19, Steven Erlanger, “Israels Dilemma in Response to Rockets”, in New York Times[1]:
      And if the Israelis reinvade Gaza in a serious way, killing many Palestinians, it will create a quandary for Mr. Abbas and moderate Arab countries, making it very difficult for them to sanction a political deal with Israel.
    • 2011, Richard Shelton, "Sheep, pig, whale", Times Literary Supplement, 22 Sep 2011:
      Some of their descendants reinvaded deeper waters rich in oxygen.