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Etymology

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rejoin +‎ -er (agent noun suffix) or +‎ -er (ideological suffix)

Noun

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rejoiner (plural rejoiners)

  1. One who joins (an organisation, etc.) again.
  2. A brief introduction to a radio show, etc. when it continues after a commercial or other break.
  3. (UK politics) Someone who wants the United Kingdom to join the European Union again.
    Coordinate terms: Leaver, Remainer
    • 2023 June 23, Jonathan Freedland, “With even leavers regretting Brexit, there’s one path back to rejoining the EU”, in The Guardian[1], →ISSN:
      All these obstacles are real. None can be wished away. Which is why rejoiners need to look to the likes of [Nigel] Farage and [John] Redwood for inspiration.