restore

[ ri-stawr, -stohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF restore

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Things as trifling as the turning of a shell may restore you to your rights.

After this, nothing could restore the courtesy he had previously assumed.

You pull down, you despoil; but they build up, they restore.

Restore to the real owner whatever has been dishonestly gotten.

"Ah, you wish me to restore your hope and cheerfulness," said God.

Restore him to those feelings thou art all in all with his highness!

You said, 'It grieved you that I was poor; that you could not restore to me the luxury and wealth I had lost.'

As it pleased Heaven in its mercy to restore him so soon, I should have great hope.

His first step was to restore discipline in the Chapter, which had all gone to wreck.

He rubbed his arms and legs to restore the circulation, and started to leave the building.

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