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Examples of usage for recurrent:

  1. Hollister did not know what business took him on these recurrent absences; hunting, he guessed, but he had noted that the man seldom returned before late in the afternoon, and sometimes not till dusk. "The Hidden Places" , Bertrand W. Sinclair.
  2. It is true that the streets of Naples are very long and rather narrow and pretty crooked, and full of a damp cold that no sunlight seems ever to hunt out of them; but then they are seldom ironed down with trolley- tracks; the cabs feel their way among the swarming crowds with warning voices and smacking whips; even the prepotent automobile shows some tenderness for human life and limb, and proceeds still more cautiously than the cabs and carts- in fact, I thought I saw recurrent proofs of that respect for the average man which seems the characteristic note of Italian liberty; and this belief of mine, bred of my first observations in Naples, did not, after twelve weeks in Italy, prove an illusion. "Roman Holidays and Others" , W. D. Howells.
  3. Even when he was hauling in his wet and dripping line with a struggling fish at the end of it a recurrent memory of what he had seen would suddenly come upon him, and he would groan in spirit at the recollection. "Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates" , Howard I. Pyle.

Quotes for recurrent:

  1. We used to call it recurrent airplay when someone had a hit. - Michael Bolton
  2. Plant diseases, drought, desolation, despair were recurrent catastrophes during the ages- and the ancient remedies: supplications to supernatural spirits or gods. - Norman Borlaug
  3. For while the subjects of poetry are few and recurrent, the moods of man are infinitely various and unstable. It is the same in all arts. - John Drinkwater
  4. Culture's essential service to a religion is to destroy intellectual idolatry, the recurrent tendency in religion to replace the object of its worship with its present understanding and forms of approach to that object. - Northrop Frye
  5. Democracy is the recurrent suspicion that more than half of the people are right more than half of the time. - E. B. White

Rhymes for recurrent:

  1. concurrent.
  2. current, weren't.
  3. intercurrent.
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