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bring around to restore to conscious awareness. [1/2 definitions]
chiropractic a system of healing in which manipulation of the spinal column and other body structures is used to restore normal nerve function and thus good health.
environmentalism the movement to protect or restore the natural environment, or the advocacy for major efforts to be made to achieve this goal.
exhume to revive or restore to prominence, esp. after a period of obscurity. [1/2 definitions]
fenestration an opening in a structure, esp. a surgical opening made in the ear labyrinth to restore hearing. [1/2 definitions]
furbish to restore to original or good condition, esp. by cleaning or polishing.
gentrify to restore or upgrade (a deteriorated neighborhood) by renovation of existing homes and the like, usu. resulting in the displacement of poor residents by more affluent ones.
irreparable impossible to repair, restore, or rectify.
moisturize to add or restore moisture to (the skin), as with lotion.
pacify to calm or restore peace of mind to. [1/2 definitions]
plastic surgery surgery to repair, restore, or remodel injured or malformed parts of the body, esp. by transferring tissue from other parts of the body or from another individual.
quicken to restore to vitality; stimulate, revive, or animate. [1/4 definitions]
quiet to cause to become calm; restore peace to. [1/14 definitions]
reactivate to restore to an active state or operating condition.
reconcile to overcome differences and restore a relationship between. [1/3 definitions]
recondition to restore to good condition; renovate or fix.
reconstitute to add water to a powdered or dehydrated substance to restore it to liquid. [1/2 definitions]
recuperate to restore to health or well-being. [1/4 definitions]
redeem to restore the honor, worth, or reputation of. [1/7 definitions]
redevelop to restore or rebuild (an urban area, neighborhood, or the like). [1/2 definitions]
refinish to redo or restore the surface or finish of (woodwork, furniture, or the like).