rehabilitate[ ree-huh-bil-i-teyt, ree-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF rehabilitate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REHABILITATE
They advised him to inform the Entente, in order to rehabilitate himself.
What I'm thinking about is how they're going to rehabilitate it.
This lady was untiring in her efforts to reclaim and rehabilitate the fallen of her sex.
My only chance to rehabilitate myself is to get the third set of plans to Berlin.
And she had hoped somehow to rehabilitate herself in the eyes of the world.
He fled to Brussels, there to rehabilitate his dwindling fortunes.
The same is to be said of an ingenious attempt to rehabilitate Robespierre .
There Almo will find occupation and may rehabilitate himself.
All convicted persons are obliged to perform useful work, and an effort must be made to educate and rehabilitate the inmates.
According to the regulations, the primary responsibilities of prison administrators are to rehabilitate and to reeducate inmates.