To that end, the GOP should be working to limit its losses over the next two years and prepare to recover in the midterms.
“Art exists so that one may recover the sensation of life,” as literary critic Viktor Shklovsky said.
My father continues to send updates on New York City's attempts to recover from Sandy.
Had Dean beaten Kerry in Iowa, it would have been extremely hard for the Massachusetts senator to recover.
While they continued the ceremony and got formally hitched, the marriage, unsurprisingly, never did recover.
We never thought of following the trail of the Indians to recover our horses.
The girl stopped for a few moments to recover her composure.
In the meantime the corporal had been picked up, and the men were attempting to recover him.
Before the other could recover from his evident fright, Clif sprang upon him.
At present I wanted her to recover completely from the effects of her experience.
c.1300, "to regain consciousness," from Anglo-French rekeverer (13c.), Old French recovrer "come back, return; regain health; procure, get again" (11c.), from Medieval Latin recuperare "to recover" (source of Spanish recobrar, Italian ricoverare; see recuperation). Meaning "to regain health or strength" is from early 14c.; sense of "to get (anything) back" is first attested mid-14c. Related: Recovered; recovering.