Reference > Roget’s > International Thesaurus > 660. Restoration.
Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.
Class V. Words Releasing to the Voluntary Powers
Division (I) Individual Volition
Section II. Prospective Volition
2. Degree of Subservience
660. Restoration.
NOUN:RESTORATION, restoral [rare], restorance [obs.]; reinstatement, replacement, rehabilitation, reëstablishment, reconstitution, reconstruction; reproduction [See Reproduction]; renovation, renewal; revival, revivement [rare], reviviscence or revivescence; refreshment [See Refreshment]; resuscitation, reanimation, revivification, reviction [obs.]; reorganization.
  reaction; redemption (deliverance) [See Deliverance]; restitution [See Restitution]; relief [See Relief].
  recurrence (repetition) [See Repetition]; réchauffé [F.], rifacimento [It.].
  RENAISSANCE, renascence, rebirth, second youth, rejuvenescence, rejuvenation, new birth; regeneration, regeneracy, regenerateness, regenesis, palingenesis, reconversion; resurgence, resurrection.
  REDRESS, retrieval, reclamation, recovery; convalescence; resumption, résumption [F.]; sanativeness.
  CURE, recure [obs.], sanation [obs.]; healing &c. v.; redintegration; rectification; instauration; cicatrization; disinfection; delousing, delousement.
  REPAIR, repairing, reparation, mending; recruiting &c. v.; tinkering.
  MENDER, doctor, physician, surgeon; priest, clergyman, pastor; carpenter, joiner, plumber, tinker, cobbler; reviver, revivor [rare], renewer, vis medicatrix [L.] (remedy) [See Remedy].
  CURABLENESS, curability, reparability, restorableness, retrievability, recoverability, recoverableness.
VERB:RETURN TO THE ORIGINAL STATE; recover, rally, revive; come to, come round, come to oneself; pull through, weather the storm, be oneself again; get -well, - round, - the better of, - over - up, - about; rise from -one’s ashes, - the grave; resurge, resurrect; survive (outlive) [See Diuturnity]; resume, reappear; come to, - life again; live again, rise again.
  HEAL, heal over, skin over, cicatrize; right itself, heal itself.
  RESTORE, put back, place in statu quo [L.]; reinstate, replace, reseat, rehabilitate, reëstablish, reëstate, reinstall.
  RECONSTRUCT, rebuild, reorganize, reconstitute; convert, reconvert; recondition, renew, renovate; regenerate; rejuvenate.
  REDEEM, reclaim, recover, retrieve; rescue (deliver) [See Deliverance].
  CURE, heal, remedy, doctor, physic, medicate; redress, recure; break of; bring round, set on one’s legs.
  RESUSCITATE, revive, reanimate, revivify, recall to life; reproduce [See Reproduction]; warm up; reinvigorate, refresh [See Refreshment].
  REDINTEGRATE, make whole; recoup [See Restitution]; make good, make all square; rectify; put -, set- -right, - to rights, - straight; set up, correct; put in order (arrange) [See Arrangement]; refit, recruit; fill up, - the ranks; reinforce.
  REPAIR, mend; put in repair, put in thorough repair; retouch, botch, vamp, tinker, cobble; do up, patch up, plaster up, vamp up; darn, finedraw, heelpiece; stop a gap, stanch or staunch, calk or caulk, careen, splice, bind up wounds.
ADJECTIVE:RESTORED &c. v.; redivivus, redivivous [rare], reviviscible, convalescent; in a fair way; none the worse; rejuvenated; renascent.
  RESTORING &c. v.; restorative, recuperative; sanative, sanatory; reparative, reparatory; curative, remedial.
  RESTORABLE, recoverable, remediable, retrievable, curable, sanable [rare].
ADVERB:in statu quo [L.[; as you were.
  1. Revenons à nos moutons.
  2. Vestigia nulla retrorsum.—Horace
  3. Physician, heal thyself.—Bible
  4. With healing in his wings.—Bible
  5. Richard’s himself again!—Cibber



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