Halpern prescribes the medi-meth for patients who get recurrent urinary-tract infections—a side effect from Adderall or Ritalin.
In reality, these recurrent dramas have not called into question the future of the North Korean state.
Our political life seems to have a recurrent pattern that, perhaps not surprisingly, mirrors so much of our non-political life.
Tymoshenko has suffered from recurrent medical problems and appeared in Kiev in a wheelchair.
They do not want to see economic recovery blown off course by recurrent financial crises.
Pleasures and pains, satisfactions and miseries, are recurrent familiar experiences.
She was dismayed to find that temptation was a recurrent thing.
recurrent insanity—the birth of children in the sane intervals.
The cry of corruption is a recurrent note in the history of democracies.
Food is the urgent and recurrent need of individuals and of society.
1610s, from Middle French recurrent (16c.) and directly from Latin recurrentem (nominative recurrens), present participle of recurrere "run back, hasten back, return" (see recur). From 1590s as a noun ("recurrent muscle").
recurrent re·cur·rent (rĭ-kûr'ənt, -kŭr'-)
Occurring or appearing again or repeatedly.
Turning in a reverse direction. Used of blood vessels and nerves.