on the road to recovery


: in the process of becoming healthy again

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web Jeremy Renner is on the road to recovery after breaking more than 30 bones earlier this year in a snowplow accident. Jessica Wang, EW.com, 7 May 2023 That helped lift the rest of the sector, as investors grew optimistic that the housing market is on the road to recovery. Shares of Lennar (LEN) climbed 5.9% last week, Toll Brothers (TOL) gained about 3% and NVR (NVR) advanced about 5%. Krystal Hur, CNN, 23 Apr. 2023 From delivering meals to first responders to planning events to raise funds for those in need, Pine Islanders have stepped up to help one another on the road to recovery. Samantha Neely, Orlando Sentinel, 19 Nov. 2022 After Eddie started on the road to recovery, the sanctuary focused on setting up a permanent home for the big cat at the organization. Kelli Bender, Peoplemag, 9 Nov. 2022 After a month, and a half-dozen surgeries, Marchessault was on the road to recovery. Camilo Fonseca, BostonGlobe.com, 22 Oct. 2022 Amy Grant is making progress on the road to recovery. Edward Segarra, USA TODAY, 14 Sep. 2022 After all, Hamlin, who had suffered a cardiac arrest during a January 2 Monday Night Football game, has seemed to be on the road to recovery. Bruce Y. Lee, Forbes, 25 Jan. 2023 Jay Leno is out of the hospital and on the road to recovery after being injured in a gasoline fire. Jessica Wang, EW.com, 22 Nov. 2022 See More

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“On the road to recovery.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/on%20the%20road%20to%20recovery. Accessed 4 Jun. 2023.

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