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If I'm not sure about a term when I already know the context of its proposed
use, that generally tells me that I want to avoid it even if it is correct. Put
me down as a vote for revising the text to say something like "invite again," or
----- Original Message -----
From: "Yves Barbion" <yves -dot- barbion -at- gmail -dot- com>
> Which is correct: to reinvite or to re-invite?
> I think "reinvite" should not be hyphenated because the word is unambiguous.
> My English grammar books tell me to use a hyphen after the "re-" prefix only
> to avoid ambiguity, for example:
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