bounce back

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Synonyms for bounce back

improve in health

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Break up or bounce back? Millie ditched Hugo, dithered for a while about going back to him, then she married Professor Green.
"I think we've got more about us, hopefully, as a group this year that we won't let it affect us too much and we will try to bounce back and get a win on Tuesday night and get ourselves back in the mix."
Adversity comes in many forms and I'm constantly impressed by people's capacity to bounce back from the difficult situations life throws at them.
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Singh, who intervened in Question Hour in the Lok Sabha today, expressed confidence that the economy will bounce back to its normal growth following the measures taken by the government.
"Well done to Danny Garcia on his performance, but I promise I'll bounce back stronger than ever as I look to regain my spot at the top of the 140lb division.
JOE LEDLEY has backed his Celtic team-mates to bounce back from their Inverness setback and steer their Scottish Premier League title campaign back on course.
The Middle East economy will bounce back soon, but for rest of the world it's gloom and doom, according to a leading Harvard University economics professor.
Summary: Bruno Senna has vowed to bounce back after seemingly being snubbed by the team formerly known as Honda.
SICKENED Stoke boss Tony Pulis insists his newly-promoted troops will bounce back after a hammering at the Reebok Stadium.
BOUNCE BACK, one of the stalwarts of Martin Pipe's stable and an entry in the John Smith's Grand National, died after sustaining an injury on his trainer's gallops yesterday morning.
Drop shot when the wind is against you because the wind magnifies the backspin effect to make the ball "die" almost where it lands, or even better, makes it bounce back toward the net.
DME's Website and software development company hasn't been able to bounce back since founder Darien Dash trumpeted a potential deal with America Online back in 2001.
The City player-manager has challenged his side to bounce back from defeat when they head to Bradford PA for tonight's Nationwide North fixture.