recuperative

[ ri-koo-per-uh-tiv, -puh-rey-tiv, -kyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF recuperative
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He's a wonder for strength and recuperative powers, but don't tire him too much.

"No, they have some recuperative power left," said the second voice.

Unconsciously she had counted on them for their recuperative value.

They assert there is no recuperative power in the Constitution.

Ben Akbar's recuperative powers must be as marvelous as his speed and endurance.

Another favourite topic was the recuperative power of Islam.

"The king's recuperative powers are marvellous," Maxwell remarked.

Some surgeons think it will, but I mistrust her recuperative power.

The recuperative power of the young soldier is very marvellous.

Marvelling at a dog's recuperative powers, I reopened the door.

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