Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Recovery, as of something lost.
- n. Specifically, recovery of strength or health.
- n. Gradual restoration to health; convalescence.
- n. Instance of getting something back.
- n. sociology Process by which radical or subversive ideas are co-opted by mainstream society.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Recovery, as of anything lost, especially of the health or strength.
- n. gradual healing (through rest) after sickness or injury
- Latin recuperātiō. See recuperate, -ation. (Wiktionary)
“He had never been close to Samuel David and was shocked to learn that the boy had insisted on staying with him during his recuperation from the car wreck.”
“KAREN STOP IT I am still emotionally recuperation from the LAST non-YA novel you gushed about (The Vintner's Luck hush it took me a while to find and then I had to wait in agony for it to arrive by post)”
“Collective Sigh is in recuperation ... best wishes!”
“The short term recuperation in terms of being back to normal activities is about one to two weeks.”
“Christmas Day is a non-event in many households, still in recuperation from the night-before’s festivities.”
“DANGERFIELD: For some reason my recuperation was a miracle.”
“Your recuperation is the time to consider all the other details that will take you to the threshold of good health and move you over the border, into a new appreciation of life.”
“Things like this only confirmed my invalid state and suggested that my recuperation was a long way off.”
“He certainly recovered himself quicker than anyone I have ever known: indeed I think his recuperation was the best sign of his enormous vitality.”
“Schiller and Spencer, based on the expenditure of superfluous activity and the opposite theory of Lazarus, who reduces play to a relaxation -- that is, a recuperation of strength -- are but partial explanations.”
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