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Synonyms for recuperate



Synonyms for recuperate

Synonyms for recuperate

regain or make up for

regain a former condition after a financial loss

restore to good health or strength

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'If they truly have a case against Lumantas, the military should be confident enough to wait for the patient to recuperate before harassing him with fake charges from recycled cases', she added.
"We had the hope he was going to recuperate, until he had that chest infection," she added.
The committee was of the opinion that it should give him the best chance to recuperate from the symptoms of the delayed concussion he is currently showing.
It is giving your body, especially your digestive system, the time to rest and recuperate from the massive intake it experienced," he explained.
The group, which includes doctors and nurses, said CareRooms was handing out flyers in the public canteen at Southend hospital, which offer people the chance to earn up to 1000 [pounds sterling] a month renting out a spare room to accommodate someone needing to recuperate from hospital.
"He had such an incredible finish to last year but not enough time to rest and recuperate before his training block in Miami.
The coasts left and right of Mosul, witnessed today a united Fri-prayers dobbed Fri- to recuperate usurped rights/ worshipers then merged at Ahrar Square in central Mosul to join the demonstrators and protestors.
As a result, doctors have ordered her to rest her voice and completely recuperate before looking to schedule any work commitments." In a lengthy blog about her condition earlier this month, the Someone Like You singer said she was "heartbroken and worried" by the ongoing problems with her voice.
Houllier was unable to take charge of team affairs for the final five games of the season and doctors have advised that he will require further time to recuperate.
Beuzelin, who is continuing to recuperate at home on the island, has little memory of the accident, but despite his injuries admitted: "I had a very lucky escape."
She was sent home to recuperate but has written twitters from her sickbed.
It's been thought that most postspawn fish meander hundreds of miles into the abyss of their home waters of lakes Superior, Huron, Michigan, Erie, and Ontario, to recuperate from the rigors of spawning before making their magnum migrations to mainlake basins to feed on summer's banquet of baitfish.
A vet was called and the horse was given time to recuperate before a successful rescue attempt was made using sand mats.
Yet only when he falls ill and must recuperate with old Mrs.
Following a short stay in a nursing home to recuperate, Brouwenstyn returned to her home.