recovery


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Synonyms for recovery

improvement

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in recovery

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  • in rehabilitation
  • in rehab
  • returning to health
  • in convalescence
  • in recuperation

Synonyms for recovery

the act of getting back or regaining

a return to normal health

a return to former prosperity or status

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Synonyms for recovery

return to an original state

gradual healing (through rest) after sickness or injury

the act of regaining or saving something lost (or in danger of becoming lost)

References in classic literature ?
to inform Anne, by that day's post, that an interval of forty-eight hours must elapse before his father's recovery could be considered certain?
His recovery was not quite so rapid as he had expected it to be; he was not able to mount his pony till a fortnight after the date of our reconciliation; and the first use he made of his returning strength was to ride over by night to Wildfell Hall, to see his sister.
As no person, therefore, was more ready to confess and condemn his own errors, he offered to shake Mr Blifil by the hand, and begged his pardon, saying, "His excessive joy for Mr Allworthy's recovery had driven every other thought out of his mind.
I have never seen it, but I know, mamma has told me, there are prayers said for recovery.
The time to perform recovery changes from hours or days to seconds or minutes.
Twenty-five years ago, companies were addressing investment recovery as a very ad hoc, informal discipline.
Disaster recovery planning confronts the likelihood of a disaster from which a company must recover effectively and efficiently.
What is the mechanism in active recovery that leads coaches and trainers to conclude it is actually better for the next work bout's performance?
SQL-BackTrack provides intelligent, automated and high speed backup and recovery for Oracle, IBM DB2(R) Universal Database, Sybase, Microsoft SQL Server, and Informix databases.
There is one shining exception to this rule: online Internet Protocol (IP)-based backup and recovery service providers.
The concept of the underwater recovery of evidence as nothing more than a salvage operation represents a major myth that surrounds this process.
on account of personal injury or sickness" in the context of a recovery for employment-related discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Near CDP offers less granular recovery of data, supporting potentially many recovery points per hour but not allowing the retroactive creation of any previous point in time.
The Disaster Recovery Journal estimates that as many as 80 percent of all U.