recover (v.) 1
revive, restore to health
AW III.ii.20 [Countess reading Bertram's letter, of Helena] she hath recovered the King
AYL IV.iii.151 [Oliver to Rosalind and Celia disguised, of Orlando] I recovered him
JC I.i.24 [Cobbler to Flavius, of shoes] when they are in great danger, I recover them [also: re-cover]
Per III.ii.9 [Cerimon to First Servant, of the servant's master] There's nothing can be ministered to nature / Than can recover him
Tem II.ii.91 [Stephano to himself, of the monster] If all the wine in my bottle will recover him, I will help his ague
TN II.i.34 [Sebastian to Antonio] If you will not ... kill him whom you have recovered
TNK I.iv.27 [Herald to Theseus, of Palamon and Arcite] They might have been recovered
WT IV.iv.782 [Autolycus to Clown, of the Shepherd] He has a son: who shall be flayed alive; ... then recovered again with aqua-vitae or some other hot infusion