- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of restore.
“The sailboat that Garrett Blake restores is an important setting for many of the major scenes in the novel.”
“But the nickname restores his lost rights, and takes the man at once out of the _ignoble vulgus_ to give him identity.”
“Till he who received your word restores it to you," I again answered; and while I was speaking, Pedro reached us.”
“We are now in the most difficult stage of our restoration effort working in densely treed areas, islands, and off-road locations where one call restores one property," said Myles D'Arcey, a senior vice-president with Hydro One.”
“These serpent memories, particularly the enduring image of that black serpent which when recalled restores most vividly the emotion experienced at the time, serve to remind me of a subject not yet mentioned in my narrative: this is animism, or that sense of something in nature which to the enlightened or civilized man is not there, and in the civilized man's child, if it be admitted that he has it at all, is but a faint survival of a phase of the primitive mind.”
“Thinking about it, this kind of restores your faith in human nature: just about anybody * could* do this, but far fewer than than one in a million actually do.”
“It really kind of restores my faith in human nature.”
“How much fossil fuel must be burned by the machinery that disturbs it and then later "restores" it?”
“OpEdNews - Quicklink: Court 'restores' Perth to Aborigines”
“Treatment such as restores nerve energy will usually cure these”
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