convalescent

[ kon-vuh-les-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF convalescent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVALESCENT

Lucretia, when convalescent, would also come to the farm to rest and get strong.

Then she helped the convalescent to put on a few loose drapings.

He was convalescent, both in body and spirit, but convalescence brought no joy.

“Yes, indeed,” responded the convalescent, with beaming face.

But those three braves yonder are something more than convalescent.

What happened in the room of the convalescent was never related to Peggy McGuire.

Besides, it was nice to be waited on and to be next to the room where the convalescent was.

There were no new cases by this time, and the other patients were convalescent.

Nothing of an annoying or irritating nature must be broached to the convalescent just yet.

On the fifth day we were able to proceed and to take the convalescent man with us.

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