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noun as in reappearance

noun as in recurrence

noun as in reoccurrence

noun as in restatement


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Meanwhile, on-site carbon capture tools may offer promising ways of cleaning up certain tricky sectors, like cement and steel production, or to provide carbon-free electricity from natural gas plants when intermittent solar and wind sources flag.

The snow became lighter and more intermittent, but temperatures plunged through the 20s and winds increased to 20 to 25 mph.

They're also needed to smooth out the intermittent power generated by windmills and solar panels.

Each bottle will fuel the heater for intermittent use for 18 to 24 hours.

Be aware that intermittent engine use allows snow that has blown into the engine compartment to melt and refreeze on the wires, possibly impairing operation later.

I hope to hear that you have been going on well despite the cruel, restless winds and sad intermittence of sunshine.

Such intermittence of consciousness may last not only days, but months, and even years; the change may even become permanent.

It would seem that we must seek for some special cause of the pleasurable effect of intermittence in certain cases.

However, since we left Moscow he had had frequent cardiac intermittence, accompanied sometimes by sharp pains along the sternum.

In 1881, during relapsing fever, I had severe cardiac intermittence, very fatiguing and only relieved by small doses of digitalin.

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On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to intermittence, such as: frequency, habituation, regularity, repetition, repetitiveness, and return.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.