rehabilitation

[ ree-huh-bil-i-teyt, ree-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF rehabilitation

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It moved Burke to a desire for rehabilitation in her estimation.

A vague idea of rehabilitation had entered the plan of their life.

But this is later evidence given in the trial of Rehabilitation.

One hundred dollars did I allow her for the rehabilitation of that dreary apartment.

If Inger goes up for rehabilitation, it will be because he wants it.

Of course Mrs. Gerald had been vitally interested in Lester's rehabilitation.

Nor is there for her, except in rare cases, any chance of rehabilitation.

Personality is nothing but the rehabilitation of the prophet, the seer.

Ralegh, to the last, clung to the chance of rehabilitation through Cobham.

Like many other French légionnaires, Latour was serving for rehabilitation.

WORD ORIGIN

1530s, from Middle French réhabilitation and directly from Medieval Latin rehabilitationem (nominative rehabilitatio) "restoration," noun of action from past participle stem of rehabilitare, from re- "again" (see re-) + habitare "make fit," from Latin habilis "easily managed, fit" (see able). Specifically of criminals, addicts, etc., from 1940.

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