Recovery synonyms

rĭ-kŭv'ə-rē
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The result of this process.
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Possibility of recovery or restoration
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A return ticket.
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Gradual recovery after illness
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Any revival of art, literature, or learning similar to the Renaissance
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(Christianity) The return of Jesus to life on the third day after the Crucifixion.
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The process of regaining health
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The act of capturing again.
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(Obsolete) health
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Restoration is the act of repairing or renewing something.
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(Chiefly Australia) eminent domain
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The act of restoring something to its previous state.
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The process of rehabilitating something.
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An attempt to understand in detail how certain events took place or happened.
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A rewriting of a deed or contract that does not express what was actually agreed upon, only when it can be demonstrated in a clear and convincing manner that a mutual mistake was made. There will be no rewriting if the mistake was made by one party only, unless it was caused by the other party’s fraud. Reformation is considered to be an equitable remedy.
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The act or process of replacing or of being replaced; substitution.
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A second, or subsequent adjustment
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The definition of an improvement is an increase in value, condition or quality.
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The act of returning to normal
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The act of returning to normal
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The act of returning to normal
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Instance of getting something back.
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A returning to life or consciousness
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A renaissance; a revival:
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A new birth or life; a rebirth.
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The act of reanimating; a second or subsequent animation.
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A restoration to use, acceptance, activity, or vigor; a revival.
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A spiritual rebirth
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A method, device or medication that restores good health.
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A second or subsequent awakening.
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The act or action of reinvigorating.
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The process of rendering young again.
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The process of regaining health
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The process of regaining health
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An act of healing, as by a faith healer.
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(Law) An improvement that increases the value of property and is more extensive than mere repairs
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A return to a previous state or position, as of success
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(Uncountable) The condition of being repossessed
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A restoration, as to productivity, usefulness, or morality.
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The recovery, for a fee, of a pawned article
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A reimbursement of loss, damage, or penalty.
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The definition of compensation is something of value given in exchange for something else.
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The recovery of goods by the person claiming to own them, on a promise to test the matter in court and give the goods up again if defeated
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The act of regaining possession
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(Business, management, accounting) The act of compensating someone for an expense.
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The act of regaining possession
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The action or fact of calling someone or something back.
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The definition of a gain is a profit, advantage or increase.
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The definition of a mend is a repair in a material.
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A quick recovery from or reaction to disappointment or depression:
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The act by which something is regained.
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An upward turn, curve, or trend
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An act of recouping
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(Sports) An exchange of strokes in a court game such as tennis or volleyball, ending when one side fails to make a good return and resulting in a point or the loss of service.
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The young of an animal; offspring; breed
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A state of well-being or balance, often physical but sometimes also mental and social; the overall level of function of an organism from the cellular (micro) level to the social (macro) level.
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A way or means of reaching something; an access:
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(Slang) a feat, an (extraordinary) achievement (opposite of a fail)
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(Uncountable) The condition of being reestablished; restoration
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A renewing or being renewed
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(Usually in plural) A payment of time, effort or money to undo past transgression(s).
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