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restoral

[ ri-stawr-uhl, -stohr- ]
/ rɪˈstɔr əl, -ˈstoʊr- /
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Origin of restoral

First recorded in 1605–15; restore + -al2
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How to use restoral in a sentence

  • Its once illuminated western front is battered and corroded past restoral, and is falling flake by flake.

    How France Built Her Cathedrals|Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly
  • Her reunion with her father at the end of the romance is almost as moving as her restoral to Chaereas.

    Essays on the Greek Romances|Elizabeth Hazelton Haight
  • Peter, feeling all sorts of a cheat, took it, and got his reward in a complete restoral of their former comradely relations.

    The Street of Seven Stars|Mary Roberts Rinehart
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