Noun(1) a state of abeyance or suspended business(2) a small concavity(3) an arm off of a larger body of water (often between rocky headlands(4) an enclosure that is set back or indented(5) a pause from doing something (as work
Verb(1) put into a recess(2) make a recess in(3) close at the end of a session
(1) California's Legislature is due to recess its two-year session Aug.31.(2) Clearly, breaks are helpful, both for attention and for classroom management, whether or not the breaks are in the form of recess .(3) Classes were also observed during recess , in the cafeteria, and in the library.(4) At recess one day her teacher taught the class how to play hopscotch on the cement basketball court outside.(5) Then this court is in recess until 11:00 tomorrow when we'll hear closing arguments.(6) Or it could be the illusion of a recess in the wall, like the traditional statue in an alcove.(7) a table set into a recess(8) He tells her to hold out her hand, and he hits it several times, then makes her stand in front of the class until recess .(9) I wish to conclude by also paying my respects to the memory of the two other former senior members of Parliament who passed away while the House was in recess .(10) talks resumed after a month's recess(11) That difference led to the latest round of talks breaking for a recess .(12) Across from this there is a recess in a wall and the entire face of it is covered with scribbles, painted and sprayed on.(13) Congress was scheduled to recess this weekend to allow members to return home for the final weeks before the general election November 2.(14) The Court took a short recess before hearing the submissions on the Charter motion.(15) The door was set in a deep recess within an inner wall of the keep, at about the level of the street outside.(16) The bell went, ending recess and starting class.
1. alcove ::
3. adjournment ::
4. niche ::
5. inlet ::
6. corner ::
7. respite ::
8. deferral ::
9. adjourn ::
1. bulge ::
2. camber ::
3. jut ::
4. projection ::
5. protrusion ::
Different Formsrecess, recessed, recesses, recessing
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