- n. Plural form of refreshment.
“Saturday January 16th - a formal book signing, with light refreshments, is scheduled at La Nueva Posada from 4 to 6 PM.”
“A table beside each chair for reading or holding refreshments, is always nice.”
“When we got there, there were certain refreshments on the table, and, at one minute to twelve, Mr. Churchill appeared in the corridor from his car, which was the car behind the diner.”
“An officer had ridden down one day to obtain refreshments (this was very early in the spring); some nice fowls had just been taken from the spit, and I offered one to him.”
“Servants appeared with what passed for refreshments, that is to say, tumblers and decanters containing three or four different kinds of liquor, all of domestic manufacture, and which differed only in their colors.”
“This latter, however, was much too salt for them: so that, on the whole, our refreshments were a failure.”
“Leola also made a staple of the Sunday afternoon 'motorings' of people to visit relatives or friends in other nearby hamlets, where the names of all those who made the trip and those who received the visit, as well as what kind of refreshments were served and whether or not cards were played, were scrupulously recorded and reported.”
“Loevy turns into a martinet when she writes about extras such as refreshments, decorations, and pet control.”
“You'd think going to a public lecture where the pre-lecture "refreshments" turned out to be gin and tonics would have helped.”
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