Thesaurus / restoring

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Mademoiselle de Corandeuil was entirely occupied in restoring her poodle to health.
GERFAUT, COMPLETECHARLES DE BERNARD
It lost almost every man, killed or wounded, but it was the chief means in restoring some sort of order to the retreat.
WITH RIMINGTONL. MARCH PHILLIPPS
Is there nobody who will call me from the dead, by restoring my dear money to me, or by telling me who has taken it?
He was now restoring his tissues with a few winks of much-needed beauty sleep.
Appointed Abbot of Glastonbury in 945, he began to reform the monastic life by restoring the early purity and simplicity.
THE RISE OF THE MEDIAEVAL CHURCHALEXANDER CLARENCE FLICK
The coffee that stood on the still warm electric stove proved a valuable aid in restoring the stunned Lottie.
We hoped to find some cheap method of restoring nitrogen and phosphorus to the worn-out soil which our poor peasants till.
THE MAIDS OF PARADISEROBERT W. (ROBERT WILLIAM) CHAMBERS
The greater steadiness of exchange and the fall in the gold premium were further factors of importance in restoring confidence.
It was the restoring of a soul and a leading in the paths of righteousness.
LIFE AND TIMES OF DAVIDCHARLES HENRY MACKINTOSH
The people of the caravan coming to his assistance found that he was stunned, but after a while they succeeded in restoring him.
MISCELLANEAJULIANA HORATIA EWING

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