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Definition of "restoral" [re•stor•al]

  • Restoration (noun)

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Use "restoral" in a sentence
  • ""We have a fairly aggressive 'restoral' policy in our service-level agreements," commented Phillips."
  • "Scott's action, backed by the state's conservative Attorney General, Pam Bondi, followed that of Iowa's newly elected Republican governor Terry Branstad, who in January, in one of his first gubernatorial acts, announced an end to his predecessors' policy of granting an automatic restoral of voting rights to felons who had completed their sentences."
  • "But Bush hasan endgame for the system of checks and balances and this time we could not look within the system for self restoral."