Definitions

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  • n. freshment

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Refreshment.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Refreshment.

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Examples

  • Rep. Paul Ryan R-Wisc. gave a smart answer when questioned by Chris Wallace on Fox News on Sunday about the discrepency between his initial spending cut proposal and that of the Tea Party freshment: Look, how great is this debate we are having in Congress?

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  • Our contracts with promoters carried an exhaustive re - freshment rider, specifying in minute detail what kind of food and drink we required backstage.

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  • It was a young woman behind the re-freshment counter.

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  • Prefect Palthainon, muttering imprecations, headed for the re - freshment table.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • "Aunt Polly and Mother and Norah have promised to fix the 'freshment table," explained Bobby.

    Four Little Blossoms and Their Winter Fun

  • If an attempt were made to define recreation, it would probably be, "The art of re-creating or the state of being re-created; re-freshment of the strength and spirits after toil."

    The Negro Population of North Carolina: Social and Economic

  • Mary could not only walk along a pavement dry and lifeless as the Sahara, enjoying the summer that brooded all about and beyond the city, but she bore the re-freshment of blowing winds and running waters into Letty's hot room, with the clanging street in front, and the little yard behind, where, from

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  • And its because I missed a full semester as a freshment ..

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  • We turtle Soupers also know that there were 7 freshment and 3 sophomores on last year's roster.

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  • And Christ has appointed bread and wine to be the me - morial of his death; bread, as strength - ening the body, and wine, as comforting and refreshing the heart; to signify that spiritual strength and comfort, and re - freshment! which are conveyed to our Sect.

    The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper Explained: Or the Things to be Known and Done, to Make a ...

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