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restorative

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adjective re·stor·ative \ri-ˈstȯr-ə-tiv\

Definition of restorative

  1. :  of or relating to restoration; especially :  having power to restore <restorative sleep>

Examples of restorative in a sentence

  1. the restorative powers of rest

  2. <took a restorative vitamin mix to improve his immune system>

14th Century

First Known Use of restorative

14th century


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restorative

noun re·stor·ative

Definition of restorative

  1. :  something that serves to restore to consciousness, vigor, or health

Examples of restorative in a sentence

  1. Sleep is a powerful restorative.

15th Century

First Known Use of restorative

15th century


RESTORATIVE Defined for English Language Learners

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restorative

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adjective re·stor·ative \ri-ˈstȯr-ə-tiv\

Definition of restorative for English Language Learners

  • : having the ability to make a person feel strong or healthy again


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restorative

noun re·stor·ative

Definition of restorative for English Language Learners

  • : something that makes a person feel strong or healthy again


Medical Dictionary

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restorative

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adjective re·stor·ative \ri-ˈstōr-ət-iv, -ˈstȯr-\

Medical Definition of restorative

  1. :  of, relating to, or providing restoration <restorative treatment> <restorative dentistry>


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restorative

noun re·stor·ative

Medical Definition of restorative

  1. :  something (as a medicine) that serves to restore to consciousness, vigor, or health



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