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Synonyms for recreate

to occupy in an agreeable or pleasing way

to occupy oneself with amusement or diversion

Synonyms for recreate

engage in recreational activities rather than work

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give encouragement to

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Assessment of Damages to Anglers and Other Recreators from Injuries to the Upper Clark Fork River Basin.
During primary contact the recreator was asked if he or she would be willing to be part of the mail survey.
In this paper I claim that the central historical and institutional context for understanding New York State FCAs is the legacy of the conservation movement, in particular the movement's support both for recreators and for the rational and sustainable generation of capital revenue from natural resources.
Dick and more recently the recreators of BattleStar Galactica.
Louis, a non-profit troop of recreators who stage authentic battle scenes from World War II.
We call beachgoers participating in these three activities water recreators, sand recreators, and pavement recreators, respectively.
Values obtained from this contingent valuation study of high mountain peaks reflect the value that hikers and recreators place on their mountain experience, in addition to what they already spent (revealed preference survey).
What clearly emerges, however, is that Erasmian intimacy privileges the imaginative over the empirical and prepares readers of either sex to become eloquent, witty and imaginative reformers and recreators of the worlds they inhabit.
Certainly composers must come to terms with the basic concept of form in music, but the architectural aspects of music are not simply the province of composers; conductors and performers, as recreators of a composer's work, must also visualize the overall arc of a work, employing spatial intelligence to do so.
Within a nation, these interests include domestic users, agriculturalists, hydropower generators, recreators and environmentalists.
Some are tales of world champions, others of master recreators.
Grinds exhibit a high level of academic effort and recreators are involved with sports and exercise.
Recreation, and in particular leisure education, is viewed by professional recreators as a tool to aid in the management of stresses associated with institutional life and as the avenue for inmates to return to society better able to manage life's demands.
He established The Games Preserve, a retreat center where teachers, therapists and recreators can conduct in-depth investigations of games and play.
Training potential therapeutic recreators for self-efficacy and competence in interpersonal skills.