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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrestorativere‧sto‧ra‧tive /rɪˈstɔːrətɪv/ adjective formal  BETTER/RECOVEREDmaking you feel healthier or stronger the restorative power of sleep
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restorativeThe surprise alone will be restorative.We simply have to be aggressively restorative and aggressively managerial about our trees and forests.The arts are essential for they have a recreative or restorative function.These establishments could be found in every district in Gallimaufry; places where citizens could relax in the vapours of restorative perfumes.He's a great believer in the restorative power of short naps.Early in the cycle, when progesterone levels are low, women generally get less deep, restorative sleep.
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