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put back

adjective as in replaced

verb as in reinstate

verb as in restore

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Many hold classes in their living rooms, asking students to help re-arrange and then later put back furniture.

The sets were stolen from the movie lot where “Anchorman” was filmed and put back together wrong.

After every explosion, they clean the place and everything is put back to normal again.

Instead, slightly mangled bodies of injured soldiers and citizens appeared, slowly being put back together.

Well, movie audiences be damned: the art has been put back in.

We have had our arrangements put back twelve hours, but even that makes no difference; I shall rub along somehow.

I had taken the doctor to see him, got him out on sick leave, and when he was put back again gave bail for him.

It is to be feared that it was taken out to be read because of its special oddity, and not put back.

So Thyrsis sank back to get his breath, and to put back some flesh upon his skeleton.

Then he was put back into his cage, the boy insisting on going with him, and both slept comfortably together.


On this page you'll find 190 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to put back, such as: null, recovered, regained, reinstated, reintegrated, and null.

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