Definition of Recommencements

1. Noun. (plural of recommencement) ¹



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Definition of Recommencements

1. recommencement [n] - See also: recommencement

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recommencements

recombing
recombining
recombinogenic
recombobulate
recombobulation
recombs
recomfort
recomforted
recomforting
recomfortless
recomforts
recomforture
recommence
recommenced
recommencement
recommencements (current term)
recommences
recommencing
recommend
recommendable
recommendations
recommendative
recommendatives
recommendatory
recommended
recommender
recommenders
recommending
recommends

Literary usage of Recommencements

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1. The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind by Gustave Le Bon (1896)
"However, it will only entirely emerge therefrom when, after long efforts, struggles necessarily repeated, and innumerable recommencements, it shall have ..."

2. How to Catalogue a Library: roman inédit by Henry Benjamin Wheatley, Stendhal, Casimir Stryienski (1889)
"... que donnaient à Beyle ses ouvrages ; nous savons enfin quelle est la cause de ces perpétuels recommencements, dont les appendices que nous publions à la ..."

3. Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"I would not advise you to inflict the suffering of these recommencements and hesitations upon your unfortunate wife. Improvise for yourself, as if you were ..."

4. The Bookman (1897)
"The novels most in evidence at the present moment in Paris are Pierre Loti's new book, Ramuntcho and Paul Bour- get's recommencements. The latter contains a ..."

5. The Bookman (1911)
"... a certain number of false starts and recommencements. Even a writer of Zola's magnitude, who could plan and execute unfalteringly gigantic schemes, ..."

6. The Evolution of the Art of Music by Charles Hubert Hastings Parry (1906)
"But they soon found out the advantage of making subordinate recommencements start from chords which contrasted with one another; and the growth of their ..."

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