unretire

un·re·tire

 (ŭn′rĭ-tīr′)
intr.v. un·re·tired, un·re·tir·ing, un·re·tires
To return to work after having taken retirement.

un′re·tir′ee′ n.

unretire

(ˌʌnrɪˈtaɪə)
vb (intr)
to resume work or employment after retiring
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He was convinced to unretire from Gilas in 2016 and played in the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup in Lebanon and five of the six windows of the FIBA World Cup Qualifiers.
"If players have retired then they have to unretire themselves.
Back in 2016 though, the 29-year-old claimed "Money" would not fight him but instead, methodically select his opponent whenever he decided to unretire.
Brown indicates that his decision to "unretire" and join Diplomat was not difficult to make.
Passionate about tackling new challenges, she instantly saw an opportunity in the Millionaire Chess Open and decided to "unretire" to take it on as her first project after travelling the world with her son for two years.
1 may be retiring from writing this column, but I will unretire in a heartbeat to voice my displeasure should I learn of another senseless accident in a research facility.
After a stint at a deli counter that is the source of more good character humor, Ram decides to unretire and fight in a 20th-anniversary rematch of one of his most legendary bouts, "Ram vs.
"I decided if I was going to 'unretire,' I might as well do it right," Andreason said.
Both would go on to sign their sport's richest contracts, flirt with championships at a tender age, alienate their teammates with selfish and outrageous behavior, win MVP awards, retire and then unretire, draw the wrath of Richard Nixon, and degenerate into paranoid alcoholism, each in roughly the same order.
But what about when he sees a Deion Sanders unretire and get back into the game?