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recuperate
used in The Magic Mountain

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Definition
to regain good health or strength
  • "Well, at least we can hope," Joachim said, "that you've recuperated here with us and will feel refreshed once you're back down."
    4.10 - The Thermometer (10% in)
  • And both to do that and to save time (which people simply wasted up here), he had from the first been as conscientious as possible in doing his rest-cure duty—doing it, no doubt, in order to recuperate as soon as possible, but as Hans Castorp sometimes thought he could sense, doing it just a little for the sake of the cure itself, which ultimately was a sort of service like any other, since doing one's duty was doing one's duty.
    4.9 - Growing Anxiety / Two Grandfathers and a Twilight Boat Ride (31% in)
  • Recuperated?
    4.10 - The Thermometer (10% in)
  • I don't have the feeling that I've quite got used to it all yet and acclimatized myself, although that would be a precondition for any real recuperation.
    4.10 - The Thermometer (11% in)
  • It's only then that you can begin to recuperate and build up protein.
    4.10 - The Thermometer (12% in)
  • I feel as if once I'm back home in the flatlands I'm going to have to recuperate from my recuperation and sleep for three weeks, that's how run-down I feel sometimes.
    4.10 - The Thermometer (12% in)
  • I feel as if once I'm back home in the flatlands I'm going to have to recuperate from my recuperation and sleep for three weeks, that's how run-down I feel sometimes.
    4.10 - The Thermometer (12% in)
  • A massive deficit in sunlight—a significant factor in the cure—was noted; without those helpful rays, recuperation was doubtless retarded.
    6.7 - Snow (1% in)

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