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Being able to do so is an important but early step to help an animal regain movement in an injured or paralyzed limb.

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Men and women who become infertile as a result of chemotherapy could also regain their reproductive capabilities.

To regain their relevancy, Democrats need to go back to their evolutionary roots.

Muse was looking to regain custody of her four children—Justin, Sarah, Patrick and Rachel.

President Obama pledged an estimated $175 million and sent more than 4,000 troops to help the region regain its footing.

There was some small sliver of hope that Democrats could regain some lost ground in 2016 with Hillary Clinton on the ballot.

A certain amount of his ill-humour vented, Tressan made an effort to regain his self-control.

While endeavoring to regain their feet, some were violently thrown upon the wooden platform.

This made it necessary to put on a spurt to regain lost distance, but on such ground the speed was dangerous.

He shoved Coulter as far off as possible and at the same time struck out to regain the surface of the lake.

She half turned so that Mazaroff could not see the expression of her face; she wanted time to regain control over her features.


On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to regain, such as: achieve, attain, gain, reach, recapture, and reclaim.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.