convalescence[ kon-vuh-les-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF convalescence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVALESCENCE
I kept about twenty men who were on the road to convalescence.
The convalescence from such a sickness was necessarily long and tiresome.
The convalescence was slow, lasting through the whole of February.
So long as he did not work he felt that his convalescence was making little progress.
He was convalescent, both in body and spirit, but convalescence brought no joy.
He made a beautiful 34 convalescence and a perfect recovery.
St. Cuthbert's hailed that night as the hour of its convalescence.
Anyhow, I am a convalescent, and the privileges of convalescence are mine.
That was too much for a youth in a peevish state of convalescence.
Yes, Miriam remembered how ill her neighbor had been and how rapid had been her convalescence.