Definition of Recircle

1. circle [v -CLED, -CLING, -CLES] - See also: circle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recircle

reciprocating saw
reciprocation
reciprocations
reciprocative
reciprocatively
reciprocator
reciprocators
reciprocatory
reciprocities
reciprocity
reciprocity law
reciprocity principle
reciprocornous
reciprocous
reciproque
recircle (current term)
recircled
recircles
recircling
recircuit
recircuited
recircuiting
recircuits
recirculate
recirculated
recirculates
recirculating
recirculation
recirculations
recision

Literary usage of Recircle

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1. Tales of Duck and Goose Shooting: Being Duck and Goose Hunting Narratives by John Baptiste de Macklot Thompson (1916)
"Flock after flock will rise, circle and recircle over the flats, returning almost to the very spot or place from which they had just arose. ..."

2. Conversations on Natural Philosophy: In which the Elements of that Science by John Lauris Blake (1826)
"... or constellations, allowing several stars to make up one constellation ;—and for the better distinguishing and observing them, they recircle is supposed ..."

3. The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and Ecclesiastical by Hugh James Rose, Samuel Roffey Maitland (1839)
"Yon scattered limbs, assembling at my voice, Again shall with rekindled warmth rejoice ; My hands their fleshly garments shall replace. The blood recircle ..."

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