Thesaurus / rehabilitate

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

The money came and went–he could pay Blount at any time–but it was better to rehabilitate the mine.
SHADOW MOUNTAINDANE COOLIDGE
But Manasseh did far worse than rehabilitate the worship at the high places which his father had discouraged.
I do not ask you to take it upon yourself to rehabilitate me in your own estimation.
OUT OF THE ASHESETHEL WATTS MUMFORD
Gibbon tells us how shrewd Pope Boniface professed but to rehabilitate old customs when he revived the secular games in Rome.
THE COLLECTORHENRY T. TUCKERMAN
I have merely tried to rehabilitate the pariahs of the great mercantile world by reviving the lost art of perambulating publicity.
H. R.EDWIN LEFEVRE
When she left her bed she spent the morning trying to rehabilitate her riding suit.
LARAMIE HOLDS THE RANGEFRANK H. SPEARMAN
The imagination has not to go far afield, to rehabilitate the river as it appeared to the earliest voyagers.
AFLOAT ON THE OHIOREUBEN GOLD THWAITES
We are in the humour to rehabilitate all things, and pinchbeck has now its turn with the rest.
In his desire to rehabilitate himself thoroughly and swiftly in his own opinion he must have been almost harsh to the child.
A SPIRIT IN PRISONROBERT HICHENS
The same is to be said of an ingenious attempt to rehabilitate Robespierre .

WORDS RELATED TO REHABILITATE

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