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noun as in systematic plan


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Hanlen said the group drew up a new workout regimen for Embiid to practice individual moves in sets.

He thinks it would be sufficient for teachers to be tested once per week, and he hasn’t mandated a testing regimen for kids.

“An optimized regimen which allows the vaccination of many more people upfront, together with a robust supply chain, means we can have a real impact on the pandemic,” he said in an email.

From Fortune

Because dementia takes root decades before it is diagnosed, the earlier you start your prevention regimen, the better.

The possibility of getting infected even after beginning an inoculation regimen was evident during clinical trials of Covid-19 vaccines.

From Vox

Her back care regimen includes regular yoga practice, chiropractic care and massage.

You might even come out of it with a more robust Internet security regimen.

You might even come out of this with a better security regimen than you had before.

The training regimen is so grueling, they eat 5,000 calories a day.

Used optimally, carbs can enhance your fitness regimen—not derail it!

The wise man takes none of it; he follows a good regimen and leaves the rest to nature.

That led to a rather anxiously sustained talk about regimen, and Willie told us how he had profited by the no-breakfast system.

But, I kenna how or why, the place is sair changed—read that libel upon us and on our regimen.

Of walking, also, he did an increasing amount as his strength grew under the regimen Burns insisted upon.

So my life regimen came to be—first the writing of a book, and then a hunting trip to get over the effects of it.

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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to regimen, such as: menu, procedure, regime, administration, control, and diet.

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