The Collaborative International Dictionary
Rendezvous \Ren"dez*vous\ (r[e^]n"d[e^]*v[=oo] or r[aum]N"-; 277), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Rendezvoused (-v[=oo]d); p. pr. & vb. n. Rendezvousing (-v[=oo]*[i^]ng).] To assemble or meet at a particular place.
vb. (en-past of: rendezvous)
Usage examples of "rendezvoused".
At the time we assumed you hadn’t rendezvoused with anybody, because we never detected them.
Samual Aleksandrovich had led one of the recovery teams after they rendezvoused with a broken starscraper.
There was only one spaceplane which hadn’t rendezvoused with its parent starship now.
Spacecraft had rendezvoused with the platforms and taken out Rubra’s bitek management processors, replacing them with electronic processors and new fire authority codes.
Afterwards, it rendezvoused with a voidhawk, and the two of them flew to Hesperi-LN.
The signal announcing its arrival caused some confusion at first, but a GSV rendezvoused with it and took it aboard.
Lunk had seen to his assignment, and Scott rendezvoused with the APC/Cyclone convoy on schedule.
My own flagship, the Uriel, with a fresh crew, and two of the archangels that had rendezvoused with us in Tau Ceti System .
Benjamin Sisko, the dark Free-Terran who worked for Kira, rendezvoused with the Negh'Var as they entered the system.
It could have rendezvoused with Kira's cruiser not long before they reached the Tellar system, where Seven had reportedly disembarked.
After he had rendezvoused on the skipper's right wing, Jake glanced back across the holding circle.