[ ree-kroo-des-uhnt ]
/ ˌri kruˈdɛs ənt /
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breaking out afresh or into renewed activity; reviving or reappearing: Recrudescent tuberculosis in that part of the world is presenting challenges for some ill-equipped health systems.The region is haunted by the specter of ethnic chauvinism and a recrudescent nationalism.
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Words nearby recrudescent
recrimination, rec room, recross, recrudesce, recrudescence, recrudescent, recruit, recruiter, recruitment, recrystallize, Rec. Sec.
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How to use recrudescent in a sentence
He hurried to his wife with the picture, and she called it “Mamise” with a recrudescent anguish of doubt.The Cup of Fury|Rupert Hughes
After-images or recrudescent memories coming up from the subconscious strata to which they had fallen.Telepathy and the Subliminal Self|R. Osgood Mason
Yet the bottom stone in the wall of recrudescent admiration was the certainty that he had found a sympathetic ear.The Quickening|Francis Lynde
He swore sharply and slapped again at a recrudescent flame upon his leg.The History of Mr. Polly|H. G. Wells
No words were needed for the man to know how utterly lost was his recrudescent hope.The Brand|Therese Broderick