restoratives[ ri-stawr-uh-tiv, -stohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF restoratives
Synonyms for restoratives
- shot in the arm
- spark pulg
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RESTORATIVES
She wept again, but Mrs General was the best of restoratives.
Restoratives were procured, and at last she opened her eyes.
She administered the restoratives and returned to her seat with a fast-beating heart.
Narcisse hurried forward with his hands full of restoratives.
We did so, and after using some restoratives, he came to himself.
Olive snatched some restoratives, and then made ready to depart.
The sailor was soon laid in a warm bed, and restoratives were given to him.
Here also were restoratives arranged, for those who might faint from loss of blood.
Then followed fasting, and finally a course of tonics and restoratives.
Restoratives were applied, and she was speedily brought to a state of consciousness.