Pertaining to something or someone renewed or rebuilt.(adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of restore.(verb)
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Use "restored" in a sentence
"“My father has been forgiven and his title restored,” I say defensively."
"To run away to Brittany like a gypsy woman to be with the two of them would be to surrender any chance of getting my son’s inheritance restored to him, his title restored to him, and he himself safely returned to his place in the highest circles of the land."
"But Martin restored the blonde to Jimmy, and the three of them, with half a dozen friends, watched the revolving couples and laughed and joked with one another."