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The same approach could be used to help athletes, convalescing patients, and others learn to optimize their breathing in a given situation, Afsar says.
COACHING FROM CLOTHINGDAVID L. CHANDLERDECEMBER 17, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
During some of her direst times, Franklin convalesced with Crick and his wife Odile at their house in Cambridge.
ONE OF THE MOST EGREGIOUS RIPOFFS IN THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE - ISSUE 107: THE EDGEKEVIN BERGEROCTOBER 20, 2021NAUTILUS
A few weeks ago, he went to visit Tiger Woods, convalescing after the horrific February car accident that threatens to end his career.
A DECADE AFTER COLLAPSING, RORY MCILROY IS STILL TRYING TO GET OFF THE DECK AT THE MASTERSBARRY SVRLUGAAPRIL 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Without walls, the spot where she convalesced is part of one immense hot zone.
INSIDE A RHODE ISLAND FIELD HOSPITAL, PREPARING FOR THE WORST OF THE PANDEMICLENNY BERNSTEINDECEMBER 26, 2020WASHINGTON POST
After the patient begins to convalesce the danger of infection grows greater.
ESSAYS IN PASTORAL MEDICINEAUSTIN MALLEY
He pulled through, however, though it was a hard pull; yet when he began to convalesce he mended very rapidly.
THE HEATHERFORD FORTUNEMRS. GEORGIE SHELDON
Her friends showered invitations on "dear Sally" to come and convalesce with them, but the plans fell through.
MY WAR EXPERIENCES IN TWO CONTINENTSSARAH MACNAUGHTAN
Hardly had Jacques begun to convalesce, and she could breathe again, when Madeleine made them all uneasy.
THE LILY OF THE VALLEYHONORE DE BALZAC
O'Dwyer was the last to convalesce, and even he was no longer in need of constant attention.
A MAN OF TWO COUNTRIESALICE HARRIMAN
But was she back from Scotland, where they knew she had gone to convalesce?
WHEN GHOST MEETS GHOSTWILLIAM FREND DE MORGAN
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WORDS RELATED TO CONVALESCE

  • ameliorate
  • be refreshed
  • brighten
  • buck up
  • cheer up
  • convalesce
  • gain
  • improve
  • invigorate
  • liven up
  • look up
  • mend
  • pep up
  • rally
  • recover
  • recuperate
  • refresh
  • renew
  • revive
  • shake
  • take heart
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