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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj. - Designed to accomplish the reestablishment of the reputation or standing of a person (the vindication of one's character) adj. - Helping to restore to good condition.

Usage examples (37)
  • From a penal to a rehabilitative philosophy
  • And you will get only what they call rehabilitative alimony, 'which even the word i-- is -- is a way of saying to women, ` You were a homemaker all those years.
  • While many think that Medicare will help, the Medicare program only covers short-term rehabilitative services.
  • The report comes amid an expected surge in demand from veterans for long-term rehabilitative and other care over the next several years. for more
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