What is another word for get back on feet?

64 synonyms found


[ ɡɛt bˈak ˌɒn fˈiːt], [ ɡɛt bˈak ˌɒn fˈiːt], [ ɡ_ɛ_t b_ˈa_k ˌɒ_n f_ˈiː_t]

"Get back on your feet" is a phrase used to describe the process of recovering from a setback or difficult situation. However, there are plenty of other ways to say it! Synonyms include "bounce back," "rebound," "regain one's footing," "find one's footing again," "recover," "pick oneself up," "start anew," "begin again," "get back in the saddle," and "get over a hump." No matter how you choose to say it, the key is to acknowledge that setbacks are a part of life and that with perseverance and determination, you can overcome them and thrive once again.

How to use "Get back on feet" in context?

Over the years, I've heard people say that getting back on their feet is one of the hardest things they've ever had to do.

It's not easy, but it's necessary.

When someone falls, it's not just their legs that get injured.

They're also likely to injure their back, neck, and even their head.

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