Recrudesce



verb (used without object), recrudesced, recrudescing.
1.
to break out afresh, as a sore, a disease, or anything else that has been quiescent.
verb
1.
(intransitive) (of a disease, trouble, etc) to break out or appear again after a period of dormancy; recur

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