Definition of Recircling

1. recircle [v] - See also: recircle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recircling

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

Literary usage of Recircling

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1. Outlines of Swedenborg's Cosmology by Lillian G. Beekman (1907)
"It is from this ground, and no other, that all the atmospheres, which are four, successively formed, move by circling and recircling lines. ..."

2. History of Friedrich II of Prussia, Called Frederick the Great by Thomas Carlyle (1865)
"and others that cannot get into it (being of the lake kind): these, in their weary, circling, recircling, course towards Oder, — Faule Laacke (Foul Lake, ..."

3. History of Friedrich II, of Prussia: Called Frederick the Great by Thomas Carlyle (1900)
"... in their weary, circling, recircling course towards Oder,—Faide Laacke (Foul Lake, Lither-mere, as it were), Foul Bridge, Swine's Nook (Schweinebucht), ..."

4. Chronicles of the Crusades: Being Contemporary Narratives of the Crusade of by Richard, Jean Joinville, Aḥmad ibn ʻAlī Maqrīzī (1848)
"... bright part of the day, to flutter through the monastery, inconveniently recircling in the same tracks, and especially around the king's throne. Sect. ..."

5. Chronicles of the Crusades: Contemporary Narratives of the Crusade of by Richard, Jean Joinville (1903)
"... bright part of the day, to flutter through the monastery, inconveniently recircling in the same tracks, and especially around the king's throne. Sect. ..."

6. History of Friedrich the Second: Called Frederick the Great by Thomas Carlyle (1897)
"... and others that cannot get into it (being of the lake kind) : these, in their weary, circling, recircling course towards Oder, — Faule Laacke (Foul Lake ..."

7. Storia Do Mogor: Or, Mogul India, 1653-1708 by Niccolao Manucci, William Irvine (1907)
"Then first of all we skirmished with the carbine, and after some circling and recircling, letting off our pistols, we made pretence ..."

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