Meanwhile, Lincoln recovered, continued his law practice, and served out his last term in the Illinois legislature.
The knife was recovered in the immediate vicinity of the attack.
He and his wife decided not to claim the pieces as they had already held a funeral with what had been recovered early on.
No traces of the remaining passengers or debris from the downed plane were ever recovered.
As the Army recovered from Vietnam, it rediscovered inherent powers to combat espionage, sedition, and subversion.
She would have recovered her first surprise, and might feel easier with him.
But I have recovered my steam-yacht, and I am entirely happy over the result so far.
The girl had recovered her calm, and I must say she bore herself well.
Had he not yet recovered from the fatigues of his first voyage?
"No—no; it was those jewels," replied Bertha, who had not yet recovered her self-possession.
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.