repair

Part of speech: noun

Repairer.

Part of speech: adverb

REPARABLY.

Part of speech: verb

To restore; mend; make amends for.

Part of speech: verb

To betake oneself; resort; return.

Part of speech: noun

Restoration; reparation.

Part of speech: noun

Condition after repairing.

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Usage examples "repair":

  1. " That I may possibly by this letter do something, however late, to repair this wrong is my chief consolation on leaving the world. - "A Manifest Destiny", Julia Magruder.
  2. This is no trifling consideration, if you purpose, after dinner, to visit one of the principal theatres: for, if a new or favourite piece be announced, the house is full, long before the raising of the curtain; and you not only find no room at the theatre to which you first repair; but, in all probability, this disappointment will follow you to every other for that evening. - "Paris As It Was and As It Is", Francis W. Blagdon.
  3. The bridle is to be put in thorough repair, and hung in terrorem in the Mayor’ s office, to be used as occasion may call it forth. - "Gossip in the First Decade of Victoria's Reign", John Ashton.