recommencement[ kuh-mens-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF recommencement
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But at the music's recommencement he turned directly to her.
The life of humanity, history, are but an interminable "recommencement of things."
More raps with the stick, more scolding, and a recommencement.
Nowhere is there the slightest evidence of pause or of recommencement.
Would she have anything to do with the settling which must precede his recommencement of existence?
After three centuries we are at the eve of a recommencement.
April, the harvest month, marked the recommencement of ceremonial observances and a revival of social life.
At any time during such a period of rest, a stimulus of any kind will immediately determine a recommencement of the manœuvre.
It was the recommencement of religious civil war, with more deadliness than ever.
Society, my Chloe, is a recommencement upon an upper level of the savage system; we must have our sacrifices.
late 13c., "beginning," from Old French comencement "beginning, start" (Modern French commencement), from comencier (see commence). Meaning "school graduation ceremony" attested by 1850, American English. (Sense "entrance upon the privileges of a master or doctor in a university" is from late 14c.)