Verb(1) organize anew, as after a setback(2) reorganize into new groups
(1) This is important because as long as your hero, leader, or at least one of the company troops stays alive, they can regroup near a town, or fort and be re-supplied.(2) It was necessary for all parties, both military and civilian, to lay down arms and regroup .(3) Some state militaries will deploy massive numbers of child soldiers as a stopgap measure to delay defeat, creating valuable breathing space for their regular army to regroup and rebuild.(4) Once you land make every effort to regroup with as many of our forces as you can.(5) She felt that now was the chance to regroup her thoughts once more, she appeared not to be thinking properly as usual.(6) their heroic resistance gave American forces time to regroup(7) But it is a small force, and they will need to recruit and regroup .(8) All remnants of 1832nd and 98th Battalion fall back and regroup !(9) In his hypothetical reverie, he saw that a defeated army could regroup in a matter of weeks and be ready to fight.(10) The enemies flailed and struggled to regroup before a second attack could be mounted, but they were not successful.(11) I wish to locate somebody who will enable me to rebuild and regroup my people and their way of life.(12) Sage is to regroup its far-flung collection of US software companies under a single brand.(13) In the winter of 1778, Washington's ragged army had retreated here to regroup .(14) ├ö├ç├┐All forces regroup in designated sectors and await pick-up and orders,├ö├ç├û the battalion commander ordered.(15) The facilitators grouped like terms (values and activities) into categories and participants were asked how they would regroup them and why.(16) Many producers also choose to separate the first lactation cows so that they may be monitored more closely during early lactation and may regroup them as they near the end of lactation.
1. reorganize ::
regroup, regrouped, regrouping, regroups
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Vikings Season 1, Episode 7
Just take the kids home, okay?
Go home and REGROUP.
Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 14
The rest of us will REGROUP at Harrenhal.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 10
Now he will REGROUP...
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 1
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