rehabilitated

[ ree-huh-bil-i-teyt, ree-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF rehabilitated
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She could not leave him, but she would not stay in the rehabilitated little house.

In his death, if not in his life, he had rehabilitated them.

It saved the convention and rehabilitated the State with a new constitution.

The twins were heroes of romance, now, and with rehabilitated reputations.

His hat, which had been rehabilitated by his wife, rested upon his knees.

There is chapter and verse for it, and this is what has rehabilitated the Bible.

In a neat black dress and feather hat she was rehabilitated.

It is not one of those which, ugly to the naked eye, are rehabilitated by the microscope.

He was rehabilitated immediately after the break with Yugoslavia.

The valor of the Maccabees had rehabilitated the Jewish nation.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, "to bring back to a former condition after decay or damage," back-formation from rehabilitation and in part from Medieval Latin rehabilitatus, past participle of rehabilitare. Meaning "to restore one's reputation or character in the eyes of others" is from 1847. Related: Rehabilitated; rehabilitating.

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