Definition of 'convalesce'
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Dad sent him to Thackton, with just Ida and the housekeeper Elsie for company, to convalesce. THE GOLDEN LION (1991)Dr Barbara was watching Neil in her kindliest way, as if mentally assigning him some quiet sward where he could convalesce forever. RUSHING TO PARADISE (1991)
Trends of 'convalesce'
Used Rarely. convalesce is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'convalesce'
British English: convalesce VERB
If you are convalescing, you are resting and getting your health back after an illness or operation.
After two weeks, I was allowed home, where I convalesced for three months.
Definition of convalesce from the Collins English Dictionary
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