Origin of restorative
Related formsnon·re·stor·a·tive, adjective, nounun·re·stor·a·tive, adjective
Examples from the Web for restorative
After, the restorative effects of “two jiggers from an old bottle of Wild Turkey,” he began the next chapter of his life.10 Revelations from ‘Rather Outspoken’ Autobiography|Ben Jacobs|April 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And next week I'm starting something very exciting with a woman who is going to do an hour of restorative yoga with me.
A-listers including Madonna, Matthew McConaughey, and Demi Moore are hawking the restorative powers of coconut water.
Despite all this sensational, restorative sex, Stone is a teeny bit defensive about his heterosexuality.
Blanche, anxiously watching her, saw the serious necessity for giving some restorative to her instantly.Man and Wife|Wilkie Collins
As a cooling and refreshing drink in warm weather; and as a restorative after hard drink, fatigue, &c.
He looked vainly round the tent for a restorative—a drug, a flask of brandy, even a cup of water.Samba|Herbert Strang
Tonics are used in the same diseases on the Restorative plan; but their utility extends also to other cases on the same grounds.The Action of Medicines in the System|Frederick William Headland
I must own, I have put some restorative drops in it, which are excellent.Three Hours after Marriage|John Gay