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Definition of "recommence" [re•com•mence]

  • To begin again (verb)

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Use "recommence" in a sentence
  • "Accordingly, the word 'over-leap' ([Greek: hyperba]) is written in _all_ the copies after vii. 52, -- whereby the reader, having read on to the end of that verse, was directed to skip all that followed down to the words [Greek: kai mêketi hamartane] in ch.viii. 11: after which he found himself instructed to 'recommence' ([Greek: arxai])."
  • "It concerns a set of characters who find themselves in a therapy group run by angels; depending on how well they do they may be allowed to return to earth to recommence their lives."
  • "Regular insane work schedule will recommence tomorrow."