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Examples from the Web for rec
No word on whether, if the series be picked up, Lowe will pull a Parks and Rec and leave it after only four seasons.Sinead O’Connor Writes Miley Cyrus Another Letter, Britney Spears Thinks Her Video Was Too Sexy|Culture Team|October 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Looking for a rec center with an acre of cardio and weight machines like the ones used at the Beijing Olympics?The Real College Crisis Isn’t About Student Loan Rates|Patricia Murphy|July 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We were in the rec room and the door opened and in walked this girl with bright blue eyes.
But pa'son shall see the rec'ids, an' I'll recommend him to put 'em under lock an' key.Tiverton Tales|Alice Brown
Rec′iprock, Rec′iproque (Bacon), reciprocal; Recip′rocous (rare), turning back: reciprocal.
Rec′toscope, a speculum for rectal examination; Rectot′omy, the operation for dividing a rectal stricture.
We rec'd him with joy, and he thought the army would be down in a week.
"I rec'on hit's Burton, th' ghost-man," she muttered under her breath.The Red Debt|Everett MacDonald
British Dictionary definitions for rec
Word Origin and History for rec
1929 as a shortening of recreation.