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See definition of recurrently on Dictionary.com
  • as inoften
  • as insometimes
  • as inregularly
  • as inagain
  • as infrequently

synonyms for recurrently

  • generally
  • much
  • regularly
  • repeatedly
  • usually
  • oftentimes
  • ofttimes
  • a number of times
  • again and again
  • many a time
  • over and over
  • time after time
  • time and again
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antonyms for recurrently

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  • infrequently
  • rarely
  • seldom
  • unevenly
  • irregularly
  • erratically
  • unusually
  • uncommonly
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    How to use recurrently in a sentence

    In the case of beautiful women, judging by history, it has shown a tendency to be recurrently sporadic in any case.
    THE HISTORY OF SIR RICHARD CALMADYLUCAS MALET
    A second kick stopped my false merriment; and thus recurrently assisted by my captors, I succeeded at length in rising to my feet.
    LILITHGEORGE MACDONALD
    False skylines recurrently deceived Bob into a belief that the buckboard was about to surmount the top.
    THE RULES OF THE GAMESTEWART EDWARD WHITE
    Even they seem to have been beyond his strength, for he became ill in January 1766, and suffered recurrently the rest of the year.
    THE CULTURAL HISTORY OF MARLBOROUGH, VIRGINIAC. MALCOLM WATKINS
    He closed his eyes again while the burning waves of invisible fire shot through him recurrently from head to foot.
    THE RED HELL OF JUPITERPAUL ERNST
    His speculations recurrently revolved about the oracle chamber and its cryptic occupant.
    JEWELS OF GWAHLURROBERT E. HOWARD
    Recurrently, it had caused him a vague uneasiness, hinted at a problem new to him.
    THE INSIDE OF THE CUP, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
    Only a difficult, sobbing sound came recurrently from the man's throat.
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    WORDS RELATED TO RECURRENTLY

    • afresh
    • anew
    • anon
    • bis
    • by and by
    • come again
    • encore
    • freshly
    • newly
    • once more
    • one more time
    • over
    • over and over
    • recurrently
    • reiteratively
    • repeatedly
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