Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recess.(verb)
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Use "recesses" in a sentence
"We can now say that a source close to Justice Souter has confirmed to CNN that he plans to retire from the court after the term recesses in late June."
"Jinn who haunted the mountain recesses and the forest wilds ages before the first man trod the earth."
"The ceilings were low; the walls rough papered or rougher whitewashed; the sashes not hung; the rooms, otherwise well enough proportioned, stuck with little cupboards, in recesses and corners, and out of the way places, in a style impertinently suggestive of housekeeping, and fitted to shock any symmetrical set of nerves."