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recur
used in This Side of Paradise

3 uses
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Definition
to happen repeatedly or a second time
  • That was all—it merely recurred and recurred—gardens that flaunted coloring against which this would be quite dull, moons that whirled and swayed, paler than winter moons, more golden than harvest moons—
    1.1 — Amory, Son of Beatrice (54% in)
  • That was all—it merely recurred and recurred—gardens that flaunted coloring against which this would be quite dull, moons that whirled and swayed, paler than winter moons, more golden than harvest moons—
    1.1 — Amory, Son of Beatrice (54% in)
  • Let the days move over—sadness and memory and pain recurred outside, and here, once more, before he went on to meet them he wanted to drift and be young.
    2.3 — Young Irony (52% in)

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