Re*cure" (r?*k?r"), v. t. [Cf. Recover.]

1.

To arrive at; to reach; to attain.

[Obs.]

Lydgate.

2.

To recover; to regain; to repossess.

[Obs.]

When their powers, impaired through labor long, With due repast, they had recured well. Spenser.

3.

To restore, as from weariness, sickness; or the like; to repair.

In western waves his weary wagon did recure. Spenser.

4.

To be a cure for; to remedy.

[Obs.]

No medicine Might avail his sickness to recure. Lydgate.

 

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Re*cure", n.

Cure; remedy; recovery.

[Obs.]

But whom he hite, without recure he dies. Fairfax.

 

© Webster 1913.

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