What is another word for rebounded?

Pronunciation: [ɹɪbˈa͡ʊndɪd] (IPA)

There are a variety of ways to express the idea of rebounding, depending on context and tone. Synonyms for the word "rebounded" might include bounced back, recovered, rallied, revived, resurged, rebounded, renewed, regenerated, rekindled, rejuvenated, restored, reanimated, revitalized, and reinvigorated. Each of these options brings a slightly different connotation to the table--for example, "bouncing back" might connote resilience, while "rallying" or "resurging" implies a collective effort or a larger movement. "Regenerating" or "reinvigorating" might suggest a more proactive process of renewal, while "reanimating" could be used in a more dramatic or metaphorical sense. Ultimately, the choice of synonym will depend on the context and desired effect.

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Usage examples for Rebounded

After the operation, which took less than two minutes, the appetite was ravenous, the eyes cleared, and the spirit rebounded to its old buoyancy that craved worlds to conquer.
"Civics and Health"
William H. Allen
No words could assuage Gebhr's grief and rage, and the rage rebounded mainly upon Stas.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
Had the actual and full truths been told at the time about Peary's life in the North, his charges would have rebounded annihilatingly upon himself.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

Famous quotes with Rebounded

  • In sixth grade, my basketball team made it to the league championships. In double overtime, with three seconds left, I rebounded the ball and passed it - to the wrong team! They scored at the buzzer and we lost the game. To this day, I still have nightmares!
    Zac Efron
  • Markets rebounded quickly from morning jitters after the London Thursday terrorist bombing.
    Cliff Stearns
  • Industrial progress, mechanical improvement, all of the great wonders of the modern era have meant little to the wealthy. The rich in ancient Greece would have benefited hardly at all from modern plumbing — running servants replaced running water. Television and radio — the patricians of Rome could enjoy the leading musicians and actors in their home, could have the leading artists as domestic retainers. Ready-to-wear clothing, supermarkets — all these and many other modern developments would have added little to their life. They would have welcomed the improvements in transportation and in medicine, but for the rest, the great achievements of western capitalism have rebounded primarily to the benefit of the ordinary person. These achievements have made available to the masses conveniences and amenities that were previously the exclusive prerogative of the rich and powerful.
    Milton Friedman

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