Thesaurus / restock

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For $20 anyone can restock any bit of woods with the most companionable and most beautiful tree-dweller that nature has given us.
OUR VANISHING WILD LIFEWILLIAM T. HORNADAY
It is possible to restock depleted areas, provided Time is recognized as a dominant factor.
OUR VANISHING WILD LIFEWILLIAM T. HORNADAY
Restock waters and covers more extensively and intelligently.
Her brother sold his surviving sheep for one shilling each, and when the drought broke had to restock at 50s.
Mr. Cooke had given out that he had started for Saville to restock the larder.
THE CELEBRITY, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
She demands flatly the Sisyphus take along at least fifty "nubile females in order to restock the world after its reconquest."
The Chartered Company is taking active steps to restock the country.
At their rate of reproduction it is not so easy to restock a whale pasture as a salmon stream.
THE NEW NORTHAGNES DEANS CAMERON
And now he steered for the heart of India, for Delhi, in fact, where he proposed to restock his larders.
THE GREAT AIRSHIP.F. S. BRERETON
But alas, not even an ark arrived, and it took Paris many years to restock the garden.
PARIS VISTASHELEN DAVENPORT GIBBONS

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