recur to the use of force.
The dream recur throughout her life.
I shall recur to the subject later on.
To recur or visit often,especially as a ghost.
Let us recur to what was said at this morning's meeting.
The nation may have to recur to unusual methods of controlling rising prices.
The builder recur to the matter of the cost of remodel our house.
The electric lamps went out so we had to recur to candles to light the room.
It is absolutely necessary for the oppressed people to recur to revolutionary violence if they want to achieve their liberation.
To embed subrou tines or data in other subroutines or data at a different hierarchical level such that the different level of routines or data can be executed or accessed recur sively.
Although nature commences with reason and ends in experience it is necessary for us to do the opposite, that is to commence with experience and from this to proceed to investigate the reason.
Leonardo da Vinci