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used in Fearless

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to restore someone (or more rarely, something) to a state of good condition — such as recovery from addiction, illness, prison, or poor reputation
  • While Adam's grip gained strength in rehabilitation, his overall dexterity and fine motor skills weren't the same.
    p. 195.9
  • When Adam had been working on his workbook in drug rehab three months earlier, he had answered the question "Name the spiritual mentors in your life" with three names: Grandma Brown, Aunt Becky, and Ryan Whited.
    p. 62.5
  • Though happy about Adam's sentencing to rehab, Shawn still had his reservations about his brother and chose not to see him.
    p. 71.7
  • This story from the book of Luke would become his favorite, one he returned to repeatedly for inspiration while attending the rehab program.
    p. 73.2
  • I know it is sad that graduating from a drug rehab is your greatest goal, but it is more than that.
    p. 75.0
  • What in the world compelled me to bring Adam to a bar in Little Rock a couple of weeks out of drug rehab?
    p. 80.8
  • I just had to get some rehab and suck it up.
    p. 123.2
  • "It was like drinking water through a fire hose," explains Christian, who had cut short his rehabilitation and joined the team in late April, pins still in his ankle.
    p. 129.9

There are no more uses of "rehabilitate" in Fearless.

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