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rehab

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of rehab

  1. the process or period of gradually regaining one's health and strength the accident victim had to undergo months of rehab before she could walk again Synonyms comeback, healing, mending, rally, recovery, recuperation, convalescence, rehabilitation, snapbackRelated Words resuscitation, revival; survivalNear Antonyms decline, degeneration, deterioration, fading, failing, languishing, sinking, wasting (away), weakening, wilting, withering, worsening; regression, relapse


rehab

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of rehab

  1. to restore to a healthy condition rehabbing the torture victim's battered body will be easier than restoring his emotional well-being Synonyms cure, fix, mend, heal, rehabilitate, set upRelated Words attend (to), care (for), doctor, medicate, minister (to), nurse, physic, treat; fortify, rejuvenate, renew, resuscitate, revitalize, revive; alleviate, relieve, remedy, repairNear Antonyms cripple, damage, disable, harm, hurt, impair, injure, lacerate, lame, maim, mangle, mutilate, wound; afflict, ail, debilitate, enervate, enfeeble, lay up, sap, sicken, waste, weaken


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