A-listers including Madonna, Matthew McConaughey, and Demi Moore are hawking the restorative powers of coconut water.
After, the restorative effects of “two jiggers from an old bottle of Wild Turkey,” he began the next chapter of his life.
Despite all this sensational, restorative sex, Stone is a teeny bit defensive about his heterosexuality.
And next week I'm starting something very exciting with a woman who is going to do an hour of restorative yoga with me.
On the nervous system it acts as a pleasant stimulant and restorative, its moderate use not being followed by depression.
He helped me to a seat, and handed me a glass containing a restorative.
With some difficulty, poor Capsicum was got up in his berth, and the restorative was got down.
Nothing could be better for a person in the Count's condition as a restorative.
The Mohammedans of India value the seeds very highly as a restorative and demulcent tonic.
There was no restorative that we could think of to be procured.
restorative re·stor·a·tive (rĭ-stôr'ə-tĭv)
Of or relating to restoration.
Tending or having the power to restore.