A student studying animal law introduced me to some of the more than 50 convalescing dogs.
I was in New York that night, convalescing from various ailments and surgeries, to be sure, but I was there.
In addition, another set of samples was collected in patients who were convalescing from the often-fatal disease.
Chayefsky first set words down on paper after convalescing from injuries suffered from an exploding landmine.
If you are convalescing from typhoid fever, you are likely to have a ravenous appetite.
As far as mere physique was in question, he was convalescing favorably.
And presently the convalescing invalid came down to express her thanks for his devoir of the morning.
Next week there were 40 with measles, and 90 convalescing therefrom.
Mademoiselle N—— was convalescing after a very prolonged illness, which had reduced her to a state of extreme weakness.
Although he was then convalescing, he was unable to earn anything.
convalesce con·va·lesce (kŏn'və-lěs')
v. con·va·lesced, con·va·lesc·ing, con·va·lesc·es
To return to health and strength after illness; recuperate.