The transitive use of recover in the sense of cure, heal, etc.,
How frightfully the holy coward stares As if not yet recovered of the assault, When all his gods, and, what’s more dear to him, His offerings, were at stake.
“Nay, not well,” she answered, meditatively, “only the greater facts, and those I have for the most part recovered by that study of secret things which thou callest vision or magic.
shall recover for months from the bewildering effect of two days of it.
To dream of being afflicted with the dropsy, denotes illness for a time, but from which you will recover with renewed vigor.
Eustace, who was the first to recover to some extent his self-possession, and who took in the state of affairs, now joined in with a low, clear, whistling accompaniment.
Some friend lies at death’s door; but if you chase it out of sight, your friend will recover after a long and lingering sickness.
The manuscript was lost, and not recovered until 1865, when a house belonging to one of the Grigsbys was torn down.
Normal weather patterns helped agricultural and GDP growth recover during 2004-07.
Four had died; three recovered without an operation.
From amid these evil dreams, which menaced his health, he was sent into the country, where he recovered within a year and a half, but at the age of fifteen he once confessed: "Je n'osais pas l'avouer, mais j'éprouvais continuellement des picotements et des surexcitations aux parties; à la fin, cela m'énervait tant que plusieurs fois, j'ai pensé me jeter par la fenêtre au dortoir."
You see, he, Dignam, I mean, didn’t serve any notice of the assignment on the company at the time and nominally under the act the mortgagee can’t recover on the policy.
But it became a lost art, and was only recovered at a comparatively recent date.