Definition of Recrudesces

1. Verb. (third-person singular of recrudesce) ¹



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Definition of Recrudesces

1. recrudesce [v] - See also: recrudesce

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recrudesces

recrossings
recrown
recrowned
recrowning
recrowns
recrudency
recrudesce
recrudesced
recrudescence
recrudescences
recrudescencies
recrudescency
recrudescent
recrudescent typhus
recrudescent typhus fever
recrudesces (current term)
recrudescing
recruit
recruitable
recruited
recruitee
recruitees
recruiter
recruiters
recruiting
recruiting-sergeant
recruiting response
recruitment
recruitment detection
recruitment zone

Literary usage of Recrudesces

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1. The Romantic Composers by Daniel Gregory Mason (1906)
"... gives place in the maturer works to a freer, more chromatic, more impassioned and rhapsodic type of melody. It recrudesces, to be sure, here and there, ..."

2. The Verse of Greek Comedy by John Williams White (1912)
"The conceit that English verse may be written in the classical manner is attractive, and the malady recrudesces from time to time. ..."

3. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1907)
"(2) There may be a prolonged period of apparent health, and then, as the immunity wanes, the parasites flourish again and the disease recrudesces. ..."

4. Hygiene and Public Health by Louis Coltman Parkes, Henry Richard Kenwood (1913)
"In India plague generally decreases during the hottest weather, and recrudesces with the onset of the colder seasons. The disease is of microbic origin, ..."

5. Prolegomena to the Study of Greek Religion by Jane Ellen Harrison (1908)
"Of these snake-heroes and their cultus Homer knows absolutely nothing, but the belief in them is essentially primitive and recrudesces with other popular ..."

6. Medico-Chirurgical Transactions by Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London (1904)
"(2) In both diseases infection occasionally recrudesces. This may occur (a) in the form of a definite relapse having all the clinical features of the ..."

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