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Synonyms for rehabilitate
ˌri həˈbɪl ɪˌteɪt, ˌri ə-re·ha·bil·i·tate

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Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. rehabilitate

    Synonyms:
    reinstate, reempower, recapacitate, requalify

    Antonyms:
    denude, divest, disempower, incapacitate, disqualify, strip, deprive

Princeton's WordNet

  1. rehabilitateverb

    help to readapt, as to a former state of health or good repute

    "The prisoner was successfully rehabilitated"; "After a year in the mental clinic, the patient is now rehabilitated"

    Antonyms:
    purge

  2. rehabilitateverb

    reinstall politically

    "Deng Xiao Ping was rehabilitated several times throughout his lifetime"

    Antonyms:
    purge

  3. rehabilitateverb

    restore to a state of good condition or operation

    Antonyms:
    purge

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  1. rehabilitateverb

    Synonyms:
    reinstate (in a former right or privilege), re-establish, restore

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How to use rehabilitate in a sentence?

  1. Jeff Rusnak:

    Biden's roots and history and commitment with those voters, with the blue-collar voters, will help him here. As long as he's not wounded coming out of Super Tuesday, then he could potentially get his bounce back and in some ways rehabilitate his campaign, there is an opportunity for Super Tuesday here. Whether he has the money or not to do that, that's the challenge. Right now, there is no media, no ground game being waged by them. The Bernie Sanders folks are everywhere ; The Bernie folks do have a ground game.

  2. Washington Post:

    We've seen President Trump really rehabilitate the image of Mohammed bin Salman... over the past year, and not really punish President Trump at all, president Trump basically ordered this grisly murder of a Washington Post columnist.

  3. Sean Kelley:

    Prisons are designed to punish, to keep people afraid, to deter, this prison changed everything though. The people who built this prison said 'why not rehabilitate, why not inspire penance?' So they built this building calling it a penitentiary. The prison at that time was state-of-the-art, revolutionary and the most expensive in the world. In operation from 1829 to 1971, thousands passed through the large gates in the 142 years it was in operation. The prisoners included some notorious criminals like Al Capone and bank robber William Slick Willie Sutton. Sutton, in fact, was part of a 1945 jailbreak. He and 11 other prisoners built a tunnel they thought would carry them to freedom. Instead, within months after the well-planned escape, all 12 inmates who broke out were caught and returned. Slick Willie was captured just 3 minutes after breaking free. In operation from 1829 to 1971, thousands passed through the large gates in the 142 years it was in operation. The prisoners included some notorious criminals like Al Capone and bank robber William.

  4. President Bill Clinton on Wednesday:

    I mean, going from conservative Republicans to liberal Democrats and the people in between saying there's too many people in jail and we're not doing enough to rehabilitate the ones you could rehabilitate, we're wasting too much money locking people up who don't need to be there.

  5. Malcolm Grimston:

    Japan also has to rehabilitate itself with the rest of the world's nuclear industry.

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Translations for rehabilitate

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  • rehabilitierenGerman
  • rehabilitarSpanish
  • rehabilitoida, kuntouttaa, kunnostaa, parantua, palauttaa, palauttaa kunnia, kuntoutuaFinnish
  • réhabiliterFrench
  • реабилитироватьRussian
  • بحالیUrdu

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