Thesaurus / regained

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When he regained his senses he was no longer blindfold but lay on cushions in a huge twilit grotto.

The Death of the GodsDmitri Mrejkowski

He had regained his grip upon one of those slender hands and was preparing to swing her up to the top of an incredibly high rock.

The Finding of HaldgrenCharles Willard Diffin

When they regained the deck Philip Oglander was not to be seen.

The Golden GalleonRobert Leighton

A few hours more, and the city would have been wild with excitement; but in war time once lost can not be regained.

On the 14th, it was regained by the Serbians, and the Austrian armies once more expelled.

A School History of the Great WarAlbert E. McKinley, Charles A. Coulomb, and Armand J. Gerson

He had regained his feet, and was looking up at the window again.

The Hand in the DarkArthur J. Rees

When we had regained the dark arch where the boat lives we had to go up the cellar stairs.

Her cheeks had not yet regained their roundness or their bright colour.

The two had regained their normal condition and Ab's face lengthened and the lines upon it became more distinct.

The Story of AbStanley Waterloo

He had regained control over himself, although his features still worked and his eyes were bloodshot.

The Story of BawnKatharine Tynan

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