Definition of Recuring
1. recure [v] - See also: recure
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Literary usage of Recuring
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings and Debates of the Convention of the Commonwealth of by Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention, Pennsylvania, John Agg (1837)
"The question recuring on the motion of Mr. DICKEY to amend the amendment, Mr. DICKEY asked for the yeas and nays, which were ordered. ..."
2. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for by Edmund Burke (1810)
"... r- most tremendous; when a boy U found to deserve punishment, instead of recuring as to the rod, make him a bashaw of three tail*. ..."
3. The Law of Freedom and Bondage in the United States by John Codman Hurd (1858)
"... and, though they are material for recuring political freedom to the people of the United States in their character of an embodied state or nationality, ..."
4. History of the French Revolution by Heinrich von Sybel (1869)
"... and many other cares, in shortsighted thoughtlessness, and the daily recuring pleasures of the table. Now, however, he was beside himself with rage. ..."
5. An English Garner: Ingatherings from Our History & Literature by Edward Arber (1895)
"Ah, that thou hadst a sweet recuring dart! Or such a rod, as into health might whip me! With this, to level at my troubled heart; To warn with scourge, ..."
6. The History and Geography of the Mississippi Valley: To which is Appended a by Timothy Flint (1833)
"The tunes are very monotonous, running through only three or four notes, and constantly recuring to the same strain. In most of the tribes, the women take ..."
7. A System of Moral Science by Laurens Perseus Hickok (1853)
"He needs a regularly recuring day of rest from all that is secular, and an opportunity fully to absorb himself in that which is sacred. ..."