(Roget's IV) modif.
Syn. renewed, found, replaced, reborn, rediscovered, reawakened, retrieved, redeemed, reclaimed, regained, revived, returned, resumed, recuperated, rehabilitated; see also discovered , well 1 .
Ant. lost*, missed, dropped.

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