Webster 1913 Edition
imp. & p. p.
p. pr. & vb. n.
currereto run. See
To come back; to return again or repeatedly; to come again to mind.
When any word has been used to signify an idea, the old idea will
recurin the mind when the word is heard.
To occur at a stated interval, or according to some regular rule;
as, the fever will.
To resort; to have recourse; to go for help.
If, to avoid succession in eternal existence, they
recurto the “punctum stans” of the schools, they will thereby very little help us to a more positive idea of infinite duration.
a circulating decimal. See under–
an algebraic series in which the coefficients of the several terms can be expressed by means of certain preceding coefficients and constants in one uniform manner.
Webster 1828 Edition
1.To return to the thought or mind.
When any word has been used to signify an idea, the old idea will recur in the mind, when the word is heard.
2.To resort; to have recourse.
If to avoid succession in eternal existence, they recur to the punctum stans of the schools, they will very little help us to a more positive idea of infinite duration.