verb (used with object)
Origin of regain
Examples from the Web for regain
Men and women who become infertile as a result of chemotherapy could also regain their reproductive capabilities.
To regain their relevancy, Democrats need to go back to their evolutionary roots.
Muse was looking to regain custody of her four children—Justin, Sarah, Patrick and Rachel.
There was some small sliver of hope that Democrats could regain some lost ground in 2016 with Hillary Clinton on the ballot.
The investigation is now in its tenth year, and has yet to regain its credibility.Digital Doublethink: Playing Truth or Dare with Putin, Assad and ISIS|Christopher Dickey, Anna Nemtsova|November 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This time he did not regain his poise, but with a movement that seemed half a leap, half a fall, launched himself into mid-air.Hour of Enchantment|Roy J. Snell
Only the coming of a Gern cruiser could ever offer them the bloody, violent opportunity to regain their freedom.Space Prison|Tom Godwin
If matters went in a certain way Edinburgh might regain ancient pomp and circumstance.Foes|Mary Johnston
I want to get away to think things over, to step back and regain a perspective on the over-smudged canvas of life.The Prairie Mother|Arthur Stringer
He determined to quit Paris, where the life was far too exciting for his nerves, and to regain the quietude of Normandy.