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re·cru·desce

 (rē′kro͞o-dĕs′)
intr.v. re·cru·desced, re·cru·desc·ing, re·cru·desc·es
To break out anew or come into renewed activity, as after a period of quiescence.

[Latin recrūdēscere, to grow raw again : re-, re- + crūdēscere, to get worse (from crūdus, raw; see kreuə- in Indo-European roots).]

re′cru·des′cence n.
re′cru·des′cent adj.

recrudesce

(ˌriːkruːˈdɛs)
vb
(intr) (of a disease, trouble, etc) to break out or appear again after a period of dormancy; recur
[C19: from Latin recrūdēscere to become raw again, from re- + crūdēscere to grow worse, from crūdus bloody, raw; see crude]
ˌrecruˈdescence, ˌrecruˈdescency n
ˌrecruˈdescent adj

re•cru•desce

(ˌri kruˈdɛs)

v.i. -desced, -desc•ing.
to break out afresh, as a sore or a disease that has been quiescent; erupt.
[1880–85; < Latin recrūdēscere to become raw again <re- re- + crūdēscere to grow harsh, worse (crūd(us) bloody); see crude]
re`cru•des′cence, n.
re`cru•des′cent, adj.

recrudesce


Past participle: recrudesced
Gerund: recrudescing

Imperative
recrudesce
recrudesce
Present
I recrudesce
you recrudesce
he/she/it recrudesces
we recrudesce
you recrudesce
they recrudesce
Preterite
I recrudesced
you recrudesced
he/she/it recrudesced
we recrudesced
you recrudesced
they recrudesced
Present Continuous
I am recrudescing
you are recrudescing
he/she/it is recrudescing
we are recrudescing
you are recrudescing
they are recrudescing
Present Perfect
I have recrudesced
you have recrudesced
he/she/it has recrudesced
we have recrudesced
you have recrudesced
they have recrudesced
Past Continuous
I was recrudescing
you were recrudescing
he/she/it was recrudescing
we were recrudescing
you were recrudescing
they were recrudescing
Past Perfect
I had recrudesced
you had recrudesced
he/she/it had recrudesced
we had recrudesced
you had recrudesced
they had recrudesced
Future
I will recrudesce
you will recrudesce
he/she/it will recrudesce
we will recrudesce
you will recrudesce
they will recrudesce
Future Perfect
I will have recrudesced
you will have recrudesced
he/she/it will have recrudesced
we will have recrudesced
you will have recrudesced
they will have recrudesced
Future Continuous
I will be recrudescing
you will be recrudescing
he/she/it will be recrudescing
we will be recrudescing
you will be recrudescing
they will be recrudescing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been recrudescing
you have been recrudescing
he/she/it has been recrudescing
we have been recrudescing
you have been recrudescing
they have been recrudescing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been recrudescing
you will have been recrudescing
he/she/it will have been recrudescing
we will have been recrudescing
you will have been recrudescing
they will have been recrudescing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been recrudescing
you had been recrudescing
he/she/it had been recrudescing
we had been recrudescing
you had been recrudescing
they had been recrudescing
Conditional
I would recrudesce
you would recrudesce
he/she/it would recrudesce
we would recrudesce
you would recrudesce
they would recrudesce
Past Conditional
I would have recrudesced
you would have recrudesced
he/she/it would have recrudesced
we would have recrudesced
you would have recrudesced
they would have recrudesced
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.recrudesce - happen; "Report the news as it develops"; "These political movements recrudesce from time to time"
hap, happen, occur, come about, take place, go on, pass off, fall out, pass - come to pass; "What is happening?"; "The meeting took place off without an incidence"; "Nothing occurred that seemed important"
develop - be gradually disclosed or unfolded; become manifest; "The plot developed slowly";
2.recrudesce - become raw or open; "He broke out in hives"; "My skin breaks out when I eat strawberries"; "Such boils tend to recrudesce"
pain, ail, trouble - cause bodily suffering to and make sick or indisposed

recrudesce

verb
To come back to a former condition:
Translations

recrudesce

[ˌriːkruːˈdes] VI (liter) → recrudecer

recrudesce

vi (form) (wound)wieder aufbrechen; (illness)wieder ausbrechen; (problems)wieder beginnen
References in classic literature ?
It recrudesced the laughter and the song, and put a lilt into my own imagination so that I could laugh and sing and say foolish things with the liveliest of them, or platitudes with verve and intensity to the satisfaction of the pompous mediocre ones who knew no other way to talk.
And as the old hunting instincts had aroused that day in the wolf-dog, so in him recrudesced all the old hot desire of gold-hunting.
It was in 1987, the Great Truce having been dissolved, that the ancient quarrel between France and Germany over Alsace-Lorraine recrudesced.
malariae haplotypes, constituting [approximately equal to] 90% of the parasite load in the initial infection, were cleared successfully by AL, whereas a third haplotype, constituting a minority subpopulation in the initial infection, survived and recrudesced.
The testes of the single male killed at Pine Island in 1977 were undeveloped, whereas those from 2 of the 4 ASY males taken near Langara Island between 25 March and 23 April 1971 apparently had completely recrudesced (left testes ranged from 7.