Bona fide efforts by Jews from the Arab world to recuperate their history are legitimate and desirable.
As we left to recuperate at, yes, the vaunted Starbucks, Jigs reminded me of a moment in Pearl Square.
It activates your parasympathetic nervous system and tells your body to relax and recuperate.
And now everyone has two full days to recuperate from all that drama.
After all that, most would have slunk away for a few months to recuperate on some island somewhere.
Warsaw meant pain for her, she came here to rest, to recuperate after a time of stress and struggle, he felt.
We had paused to recuperate our animals, and there was a rumor that we were to get new clothing.
We shall deserve a rest, and we will retire into obscurity for a season and recuperate.
Here he had come to a pause for a few days to recuperate his horses and his men.
He felt a need to rest, and think, and plan, to recuperate from the long journey and to recover poise and strength.
1540s, from Latin recuperatus, past participle of recuperare "to get again," in Medieval Latin "revive, convalesce, recover" (see recuperation). Meaning "to recover from sickness or loss" is from 1864. Related: Recuperated; recuperating.
recuperate re·cu·per·ate (rĭ-kōō'pə-rāt', -kyōō'-)
v. re·cu·per·at·ed, re·cu·per·at·ing, re·cu·per·ates
To return to health or strength; recover.