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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrestoredre‧stored /rɪˈstɔːd $ -ɔːrd/ AWL adjective [not before noun]  BETTER/RECOVEREDfeeling better and stronger After a cup of tea, she felt quite restored.
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restoredMany of the paintings have been skilfully restored and are well displayed.But will they be healed and restored and forgiven?Specific buildings, notably those on Castle Hill, including the cathedral and palaces, are restored and in good repair.There is much modern housing and many restored buildings.All are within easy reach of Gubbio which is among the best restored medieval towns in Umbria.West is the Philharmonie, home of the Berliner Philharmoniker, east is the superbly restored Schauspielhaus.It now houses a restored water wheel and steam engine.Later, the party visited a restored windmill at Bursledon.
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