recuperated

[ ri-koo-puh-reyt, -kyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF recuperated

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But it was astonishing the way I recuperated when I got quit of him.

The week's rest had recuperated the dogs and put them in thorough trim.

Bruce and I had recuperated from the night before and he was flying as my wingman.

He was none the worse after Easter, when the tendons had rested and recuperated.

In 1891, however, he recuperated; a belief in his own powers revived.

Safely arriving there, I rested and recuperated for ten days.

The seed stock has been too thoroughly destroyed to be recuperated.

Since then it had been merely a matter of patience until his exhausted body had recuperated from the shock.

Always in her life there had been intervals during which she recuperated in solitude from any strain; now there were none.

Again they recuperated themselves, but they suffered with the Christians under the fierce fanaticism of the Almohades.

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