Definitions for "Recoil"
Keywords:  rearward, gun, firearm, kick, thrust
To start, roll, bound, spring, or fall back; to take a reverse motion; to be driven or forced backward; to return.
A starting or falling back; a rebound; a shrinking; as, the recoil of nature, or of the blood.
Specifically, the reaction or rebounding of a firearm when discharged.
To draw back, as from anything repugnant, distressing, alarming, or the like; to shrink.
To turn or go back; to withdraw one's self; to retire.
To draw or go back.
Keywords:  depeche, alan, nonpoint, wilder, lyrics
Recoil is the musical venture of ex-Depeche Mode member Alan Wilder, for which he writes the music and invites various guest musicians to write the accompanying lyrics and perform them on the record. The vocal parts are either sung, or performed as spoken word pieces.
Recoil is the fourth album released by the four-piece alternative metal music group, Nonpoint. It was their only release through Lava Records.
Recoil is a 1999 tank-based Windows computer game. It involves the player driving a stolen experimental tank known as the "BFT" (Battle Force Tank) through various missions. There is heavy influence on the wide array of weapons to be collected throughout the game.
As opposed to hem curved outboard and hem deflection recoil is the term used for the local curve at the hem edge.
A term used for any move that causes damage to the user which is proportional to the amount of damage to be dealt to the targetted pokemon.
The raising of a surface adjacent to a flange as a result of the resistance of the material to the flanging process.
Keywords:  condition
The state or condition of having recoiled.