recurrence

[ ri-kur-uh ns, -kuhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF recurrence
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On its recurrence another subject is selected and the process repeated.

That was 15 years ago, and there has been no recurrence of the trouble.

That it is a recurrence to a long-disused habit I can scarcely doubt.

It is in this recurrence that we found some of our opposition to the conventional explanation.

He attributed it to a recurrence of her thoughts to her horrible past.

To prevent a recurrence of the accident, I keep his hoof protected by leathers.

I had my peep and then it passed, nor have I had a recurrence of a similar experience.

If it is an eclipse of the Moon, it will be total from its 13th until its 36th recurrence.

Almost afraid to breathe, he sat there waiting for a recurrence of the sound.

Acts are ritually repeated at the recurrence of the rhythmical points.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR RECURRENCE

anniversaries

nounyearly observance, celebration
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