Examples of rehab in a Sentence
The rehab for his leg injury is going well.
the accident victim had to undergo months of rehab before she could walk again
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Simmons has been slow to recover from a flexor strain suffered in spring training and has dealt with nagging issues in his rehab assignment.
Not long after the plea, the attorney was caught embezzling money from a client and voluntarily admitted himself to rehab for alcoholism.
Visitors can see the turtle rehab facility from a viewing deck adjacent to the main exhibit area.
In this play by Duncan MacMillan, an actress suffers a nervous breakdown mid-Chekhov and is shunted off to rehab.
The ex Weinstein Company co-founder has since jetted off to rehab in Arizona.
The remainder of the work, including rehab of drop manholes, is scheduled to be finished next March.
Previously, Medicaid did not cover treatment in inpatient rehab facilities with more than 16 beds.
But that plan was scuttled when Minor hit a roadblock while on a rehab assignment in the minor leagues.
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Origin and Etymology of rehab
First Known Use: 1941See Words from the same year
Synonymscomeback, healing, mending, rally, recovery, recuperation, convalescence, rehabilitation, snapback
Related Wordsresuscitation, revival; survival
Near Antonymsdecline, degeneration, deterioration, fading, failing, languishing, sinking, wasting (away), weakening, wilting, withering, worsening; regression, relapse
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