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  • verb Present participle of regrow.

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Examples

  • When I walk around and see the different people having chemo and radiation, I feel stupid because all I have is a weakened immune system, I'm not fighting for my life in the least, I don't have to worry about losing my hair, tumors regrowing or being in isolation.

    Nikki Luongo: A Day in the Life of the Infused

  • It glowed reddish, which she thought was the firelight, then realized that the skull was sprouting tendrils, that it was regrowing flesh!

    Conan Fan Fiction!

  • When I walk around and see the different people having chemo and radiation, I feel stupid because all I have is a weakened immune system, I'm not fighting for my life in the least, I don't have to worry about losing my hair, tumors regrowing or being in isolation.

    Nikki Luongo: A Day in the Life of the Infused

  • It glowed reddish, which she thought was the firelight, then realized that the skull was sprouting tendrils, that it was regrowing flesh!

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • In real life someday regrowing limbs might not require a magical drink.

    Real-Life 'Harry Potter' Technologies

  • The doctors on the carrier think the radiation is some type of catalyst for preserving motor function and regrowing dead cells.

    Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile

  • We can already see the potential of regrowing forests and restoring lands to reduce pollution: by breathing in carbon dioxide and breathing out oxygen, America's forests and sustainably managed croplands already suck up more than one tenth of the emissions produced by industry and autos.

    The Energy Fetish

  • The doctors on the carrier think the radiation is some type of catalyst for preserving motor function and regrowing dead cells.

    Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile

  • I am still showing no signs of regrowing anything like a brain, though I am thoroughly bored.

    you taste like tear stains and could have beens but I love a good train wreck.

  • In real life someday regrowing limbs might not require a magical drink.

    Real-Life 'Harry Potter' Technologies

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