restoration[ res-tuh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF restoration
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RESTORATION
Reconstruction, readjustment, restoration all these must follow.
Restoration calls, however, not for changes in ethics alone.
English history presents no period so disgraceful as the Restoration.
What I have heard of Dr. Lamb's restoration has put new confidence into me.
I am indebted to him almost for the discovery—altogether for the restoration of the library.'
He rose, and sought the open air; it brought him no restoration.
And I am certain every one who knows you will vote the restoration of your licence!
The restoration of the Bourbons, the Revolutions of 1830 and 1848, make and unmake romantics.
You must pay a price, ma'am, for his restoration—good again.
The restoration of the text of 1798 and 1800 dates from 1852.