verb (used with object), re·habbed, re·hab·bing.
Origin of rehab
Related formsre·hab·ber, noun
Examples from the Web for rehab
From 1992 and 2007, the number of middle-aged women who checked into rehab nearly tripled.Elizabeth Peña and the Truth About Alcoholic Women|Gabrielle Glaser|October 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Despite the fact she apologized and went to rehab, she lost nearly all of her contracts.Sex, Drugs, and Kate Moss: Secrets of a Wild Supermodel|Tom Sykes|October 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Just shy of one year after checking out of a rehab facility, it seemed like Amanda Bynes was doing well.The Amanda Bynes Train Wreck Is Back Again, Following a New DUI Arrest|Kevin Fallon|September 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Before he played, his wife, Sharon contacted Simon and told him that her husband was recently out of rehab.Inside London’s Wild Brixton Academy: How Gangsters and Kurt Cobain Made It London’s Top Music Venue|Tom Sykes|September 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I went to rehab in 2009, so that video is from sometime in April 2009.Tom Sizemore’s Revenge: On Tom Cruise’s Scientology Recruitment, Drugs, and Craving a Comeback|Marlow Stern|September 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Rehab is the violin of Palestine, and in appearance almost suggests to European eyes a dustpan and brush.Chatterbox, 1906|Various
The reported broadcast was, of course, an interception of the two-way talk from the Rehab Shop.
The Rehab Shop was equipped not only to recondition machines but to test them.
I had a rehab to finish, and I was the only one who understood how it had to be done.
I let go of her hand and ran down an abbreviated version of the rehab plans, leaving out anything about Debra and her ad-hocs.