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- adj. recovered
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rest.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not tired; refreshed as by sleeping or relaxing
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All the rest -- acres of pasture, cleared and grassed, stretches of fertile ground, blocks of noble timber still uncut -- had passed through the hands of mortgage holders, through bank transfers, by devious and tortuous ways, until the title rested in Horace Gower, -- who had promptly built the showy summer house on Cradle Bay to flaunt in his face, so old
He looked forward to long rides, just the two of them, across the billowing sweep of Desert Valley, in the golden time when the title rested secure with them, in the time when at last all dreams came true.
By the time the league was back to normal in March, it was clear that the race for the title rested between Spurs, Leicester and Everton.
The Horsemen's chances for another title rested squarely on Romero's shoulders and both teams knew it.
By the Declaration of Right, upon which their title rested, it was decreed that after the death of William and Mary no person holding the Roman Catholic faith should ever be king or queen of
Dr. LACEY: Well, you know, in most people, the average amount of sleep that one requires to feel well-rested is in the neighborhood of seven to seven and a half.
The two men trash talk to each other in rested voices while a well-choreographed fencing match takes place.
That feeling of being well rested is what I miss the most.
"He changed a few things," said the Toulouse scrum-half, Byron Kelleher, one of several leading players rested from the starting line-up.
Designer Dustin Curtis chronicled his own battles for better sleep, concluding that “all you really need to survive and feel rested is the REM phase”.
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