Definition of Restoke
1. stoke [v -STOKED, -STOKING, -STOKES] - See also: stoke
Lexicographical Neighbors of Restoke
Literary usage of Restoke
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of the Church of Christ by Joseph Milner, Isaac Milner (1827)
"JULIAN-S ATTEMPTS TO restoke IDOLATRY. A GREATER zealot for Paganism than Julian, is not to be found in the history of mankind. ..."
2. Iran: Time for a New Approach : Report of an Independent Task Force by Zbigniew Brzezinski, Robert Michael Gates, Suzanne Maloney (2004)
"The strengthened position of Iranian conservatives at home may inspire some to restoke ideological fires abroad in order to reinvigorate their domestic ..."
3. A Perpetual Calendar: With Notes and Explanations on Chronology by L. S. F. Pinaud (1896)
"To restoke RANCID BUTTER.—!. Rancid butter may be restored by melting it in a water bath with some fresh burnt and coarsely powdered animal charcoal (which ..."
4. Momentous Issues: Competition in Business, Stable Price Level, Prosperity ...by George Henry Shibley by George Henry Shibley (1900)
"It will remove the principal WUM of the ••• monopolies i» production antf. trade AND THEREBY restoke ..."