Thesaurus / recuperate

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They said no, they don’t believe it will, because their existing nurses who might get the vaccine are burned out, and they need to give them some time to recuperate.
He was interested in the South, and came South to try and recuperate from the effects of his wound and of exposure during the war.
GORDON KEITHTHOMAS NELSON PAGE
Then there is again a pause, and the actors disband to rest and recuperate.
THE DELIGHT MAKERSADOLF BANDELIER
That was to be England's proud destiny for the next few years—to take things easy and recuperate!
Another bout of this duration they gave me, after a day and a night to recuperate.
In such cases, however, by maintaining the warmth of the feet you can recuperate quickly and easily.
VITALITY SUPREMEBERNARR MACFADDEN
This allows the doe time to recuperate before her maternal powers are again brought into active service.
And the mother, on seeing her child thus develop, begins to recuperate.
THE BOOK OF KHALIDAMEEN RIHANI
So you can't blame me for wishing to recuperate by devoting myself to appetizing objects, such as you, my ungracious lady.
THE SONG OF SONGSHERMANN SUDERMANN
After six months he broke down almost completely and was sent into the pine forests of Minnesota to recuperate.

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