verb (used without object), re·cru·desced, re·cru·desc·ing.
Origin of recrudesce
Examples from the Web for recrudesce
It was noticeable that in these rambling soliloquies his English seemed to recrudesce into better construction and phraseology.The Scarlet Plague|Jack London
British Dictionary definitions for recrudesce
Word Origin for recrudesce
Word Origin and History for recrudesce
1875, "break out afresh," back-formation from recrudescence or else from Latin recrudescere "become raw again, break open afresh." Related: Recrudesced; recrudescing.