re-enjoy

re-enjoy

(ˌriːɪnˈdʒɔɪ)
vb (tr)
to enjoy again
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Don't hesitate to give up the big stuff and "re-enjoy" the rimfire!
But I understand, as I often grab a handful of 20 or 30 (or 40!) year old Handgunners and "re-enjoy" things!
For giving an opportunity to Yemeni nationals who involved in supporting and serving the Saudi aggression and its allies against Yemen, to return back to the homeland and re-enjoy full rights of peace and public life to share in re-building the country.
Or, for those who have quit, is this a way to backslide and re-enjoy the hit from nicotine, with fewer health risks?
All in all, 420 Main's portions are perfectly sized to enjoy a multicourse meal but may not leave you anything to re-enjoy at work for lunch on Monday.