The action of returning something to a former owner, place, or condition
The re-establishment of Charles II as King of England in 1660
The period following this, especially with regard to its literature or architecture
the restoration of democracy
The anniversary of the Stuart restoration to the English throne (29 May) in 1660; = Oak-apple Day.
A style of drama that flourished in London after the Restoration in 1660, typically having a complicated plot marked by wit, cynicism, and licentiousness
The branch of ecology concerned with the restoration by human intervention of damaged or destroyed ecosystems.