Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb To store again.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Doing the Boogie produced a tidal wave of trash and misplaced items I wanted to re-store elsewhere — such as the printer toner cartridges I had inexplicably stashed in the same drawer as my son's track spikes.

    Ditching 800 Pounds of Clutter

  • Doing the Boogie produced a tidal wave of trash and misplaced items I wanted to re-store elsewhere — such as the printer toner cartridges I had inexplicably stashed in the same drawer as my son's track spikes.

    Ditching 800 Pounds of Clutter

  • Doing the Boogie produced a tidal wave of trash and misplaced items I wanted to re-store elsewhere — such as the printer toner cartridges I had inexplicably stashed in the same drawer as my son's track spikes.

    Ditching 800 Pounds of Clutter

  • Doing the Boogie produced a tidal wave of trash and misplaced items I wanted to re-store elsewhere — such as the printer toner cartridges I had inexplicably stashed in the same drawer as my son's track spikes.

    Ditching 800 Pounds of Clutter

  • Volunteers are asked to help preserve and sometimes re-store these areas for future enjoyment by the public.

    Announcing 2 Important Dates in Science Awareness

  • Volunteers are asked to help preserve and sometimes re-store these areas for future enjoyment by the public.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • What exactly have you done to help Iraq re-store itself post-Saddam?

    Think Progress » Dr. Seuss Diplomacy

  • Her brother sacquainted me with the story of her love; the good girl blushing, and looking down all the while, with the consciousness of a sweet thief, who had stolen a heart, and, being required to re-store it, had been guilty of a new cheat, and given her own instead of it.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • I have no HBO right now cause the idiot that came out to re-store my cable did NOT restore my HBO.

    dulligirl Diary Entry

  • Each time we retrieve and re-store a memory, it can be subtly altered by all sorts of factors.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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