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synonyms for restoratives

  • analeptic
  • catalyst
  • drug
  • energizer
  • incentive
  • motivation
  • motive
  • restorative
  • spur
  • stimulus
  • tonic
  • upper
  • reviver
  • shot in the arm
  • spark pulg
  • elixir
  • cordial
  • tonic
  • mixture
  • libation
  • spirits
  • liquid
  • cup
  • liquor
  • drink
  • dose
  • dram
  • medicine
  • remedy
  • draft
  • brew
  • nip
  • restorative
  • stimulant
  • aromatic
  • draught
  • philter
  • amphetamine
  • crank
  • restorative
  • speed
  • stimulant
  • tonic
  • upper
  • Meth
  • analeptic
  • bennie
  • uppie
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antonyms for restoratives

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  • block
  • discouragement
  • hindrance
    • pain
    • stop
    • disease
    • harm
    • damage
    • injury
    • hurt
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        How to use restoratives in a sentence

        When the Langdon household gathered around with restoratives he did not recover too quickly.
        MARK TWAIN, A BIOGRAPHY, 1835-1910, COMPLETEALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
        She lay quite peacefully, took the half-hourly restoratives from Val, but was visibly weaker on each occasion.
        THE OPEN QUESTIONELIZABETH ROBINS
        For some time Bruno remained beside her, and aided in trying various restoratives.
        BARON BRUNOLOUISA MORGAN
        Raise that fallen old man, and apply such restoratives as the place affords.'
        AURELIANWILLIAM WARE
        In 1910 a weekly paper advocated weeping for men as "the true elixir of energy and the greatest of Nature's restoratives."
        MR. PUNCH'S HISTORY OF MODERN ENGLAND VOL. IV OF IV.CHARLES L. GRAVES
        Mallock bustled in the next moment, and sinking upon her knees began to apply restoratives.
        THE SIGN OF SILENCEWILLIAM LE QUEUX
        He lifted her, laid her on the bed, and proceeded to administer the restoratives he now knew better than any other how to employ.
        WEIGHED AND WANTINGGEORGE MACDONALD
        Restoratives were applied, and presently Hal gave a gasp and sat up, the cords with which he had been bound having been cut.
        THE MISSING TIN BOXARTHUR M. WINFIELD
        We carried rather than led him to the sofa, untied his cravat, and administered the necessary restoratives.
        IN THE DAYS OF MY YOUTHAMELIA ANN BLANDFORD EDWARDS
        Restoratives of that kind, Boots would seem to have regarded as too essential to Mrs. Harry Walmers junior's happiness.
        CHARLES DICKENS AS A READERCHARLES KENT
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