- v. Simple past tense and past participle of refuel.
“You can literally watch them moving away, and then coming back for a hug or a sit on the lap, no sooner than to turn back to the outside world after they have 'refueled' on comfort.”
“Thanks to you, I've been sort of "refueled" in that I have some fresh ideas now, some resources from new books and learning tools, and I'm ready to dive back in with the team.”
“Any fuel-cell is really just a battery that can be 'refueled', i.e. recharged via a different method.”
“The Truman campaign train was then "refueled" with $400,000 from grateful Zionists ($3.6 million in 2010 dollars).”
“Soon after Truman recognized Israel, his presidential campaign train was "refueled" by Zionist Jews with $400,000 in contributions ($3.6 million in 2010 dollars).”
“Soon after Truman recognized Israel, his presidential campaign train was "refueled" by Zionist Jews with $400,000 in contributions ($3.6 million in”
“Oil companies on occasions last year put the airline on a cash-and-carry mode, which meant it had to pay every time it refueled planes, instead of getting the usual credit period of 90 days.”
“Witnesses later confirmed that the pilot had not used anti-ice additive the two times he refueled the plane the day of the accident.”
“Feeling high, Caitlin and I were refueled from more than just the Shot Bloks, GU Energy Gels and Gatorade we'd been eating all day.”
“The award refueled our mission and purpose, and is enabling us to provide important literacy information to more families in a new and exciting way," said Jasmine Africawala, Program Coordinator of the Every Child Ready to Read.”
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