Adjective "restful" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈrɛs(t)f(ə)l//ˈrɛs(t)fʊl/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Having a quiet and soothing quality.
  1. 'Light candles and burn oils to create a restful and tranquil environment.'
  2. 'This has been a quiet and restful spell of days after a restless but interesting week.'
  3. 'It's a delicious blend of frankincense, marjoram, sandalwood and lavender that promotes a restful sleep.'
  4. 'As we looked at the paintings, we overheard another gallery visitor saying to her friend that the works were very restful.'
  5. 'It is a very restful area amongst the hustle and bustle of the city.'
  6. 'It seems like such a small gesture: it doesn't hurt, doesn't take long and is extremely restful.'
  7. 'Music is also put to good use in the baby sleeping room, where there is also a dragonfly light feature creating a restful atmosphere.'
  8. 'Worries filled Rebecca's mind not letting her get any sleep or restful period.'
  9. 'But if what you want is a restful retreat, then this is the place for you.'
  10. 'Instead my sleep was restful and peaceful, something it had not been for many years.'

Definitions

1. giving or conducive to rest.

2. being at rest; quiet; tranquil; peaceful.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be restful in/at/on places."

"manners can be restful after hubbubs."

"angels can be restful in/at/on places."

"sleeps can be restful."

"nights can be restful."

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