Antonyms for regained

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She cared little for poverty or riches, as long as she had regained her chief treasures.

Now, however, the young man had regained some measure of reassurance.

Now, Mary had regained her self-command, and she spoke calmly.

As I regained my strength, my mind turned, or rather was turned, to other thoughts.

We regained confidence, and faced the long winter of '57 with content.

It is doubtful whether he regained his senses before he died, on June 12, 1885.

Then you regained your sanity and put him in his rightful place.

Under her winsome smile, at last, he regained the use of his tongue.

He strode along beside the wall, turned the angle, and regained the road.

Pee-wee demanded to know, as soon as he had regained his poise and dignity.

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