Hospitalized, seriously injured, he would return after a six-week convalescence.
Buckingham Palace had said that he will now take a thrre month period of convalescence.
During my convalescence I had bought and read for the first time, The King in Yellow.
The event will mark his return to public life after a period of convalescence.
After a long period of convalescence following her breakdown, she breathes a sigh of relief when she is able to write.
He made a beautiful 34 convalescence and a perfect recovery.
The convalescence from such a sickness was necessarily long and tiresome.
Max had been ordered a pleasant preparation of malt to fortify his little system during his convalescence, and Lynn an iron tonic.
He was convalescent, both in body and spirit, but convalescence brought no joy.
In my convalescence he returned to Pretoria and gave himself up at the prison.
late 15c., from Middle French convalescence (15c.), from Late Latin convalescentia "regaining of health," from convalescentem (nominative convalescens), present participle of convalescere (see convalesce).
convalescence con·va·les·cence (kŏn'və-lěs'əns)
Gradual return to health and strength after an illness, an injury, or a surgical operation.
The period needed for returning to health after an illness, an injury, or a surgical operation.