The paper proposes a dynamic method, Recursive SBDS(ReSBDS), for efficient partial symmetry breaking. Wefirst demonstrate how (partial) Symmetry BreakingDuring Search (SBDS) misses important pruning opportunitieswhen given only a subset of symmetries tobreak. The investigation pinpoints the culprit and in turnsuggests rectification. The main idea is to add extra conditionalconstraints during search recursively to prunealso symmetric nodes of some pruned subtrees. Thus,ReSBDS can break extra symmetry compositions, butis carefully designed to break only the ones that areeasy to identify and inexpensive to break. We presenttheorems to guarantee the soundness and terminationof our approach, and compare our method with popularstatic and dynamic methods. When the variable (value)heuristic is static, ReSBDS is also complete in eliminatingall interchangeable variables (values) given only thegenerator symmetries. Extensive experimentations confirmthe efficiency of ReSBDS, when compared againststate of the art methods.