restorative

[ ri-stawr-uh-tiv, -stohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF restorative

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He helped me to a seat, and handed me a glass containing a restorative.

The restorative effects of the meal were beginning to wear off.

His restorative was only just in time, for many of them were already almost dead.

Nothing could be better for a person in the Count's condition as a restorative.

"It is nothing," he explained, when he had been given a restorative.

There was no restorative that we could think of to be procured.

The rays of the sun fell on her caressingly, like a restorative.

I administered what was necessary, including a restorative, and he came to presently.

She paused, whispered, "The restorative," and I gave her the medicine.

The relief is restorative like sleep; but far oftener, alas!

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