Recent Examples of recuperative from the Web
The Eagles believe in Peters’ recuperative powers enough to ignore his hefty $10.7 million salary-cap number.
County officials also made available more than 200 recuperative beds for those with serious medical issues, Price said.
Bethlehem Steel ceased to exist in 2003, but 36 years is a long time in the life of a nation whose recuperative powers are as notable as its hypochondria.
Under his leadership the organization started a recuperative care center, and rebuilt Nueva Vida Haven, an emergency shelter for women and children.
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Definition of recuperative for English Language Learners
: helping you to return to normal health or strength : helping you to recuperate
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