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Definition of Regain

Regain

  1. To gain anew; to get again; to recover, as what has escaped or been lost; to reach again.

Regain Quotations

If once you forfeit the confidence of your fellow-citizens, you can never regain their respect and esteem.
Abraham Lincoln

We have a choice about how we take what happens to us in our life and whether or not we allow it to turn us. We can become consumed by hate and darkness, or we're able to regain our humanity somehow, or come to terms with things and learn something about ourselves.
Angelina Jolie

It's like a jar of salad dressing sitting on a shelf... most of the seasoning settles to the bottom of the bottle. But when you shake that bottle up, all the ingredients mix together and then the dressing can add flavor to a salad. In the same way, we can stir ourselves up and regain the reverence, respect and awe we once had for the Lord.
Joyce Meyer

In therapy I have learned the importance of keeping spiritual life and professional life balanced. I need to regain my balance.
Tiger Woods

Being part of the natural world reminds me that innocence isn't ever lost completely; we just need to maintain our goodness to regain it.
Jewel
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Regain Translations

regain in Spanish is recobrar