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- verb obsolete Simple past tense and past participle of
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When refresht with the entertainment she began to join her perswasions to win her lady; 'and what advantage,' began she, 'wou'd you reap in starving your self? in burying your self alive?
When Eumolpus, with his usual freedom, had deliver'd himself of this, we arrived at Crotona, where having refresht our selves in a little inn, we took up at the next day, designing an enlargement of our house and fortune, we fell into the company of some parasitical Corbacchio's who immediately enquir'd what we were and whence we came?
On the morrow, being well refresht with sleep, the winde ceased, and the weather was very warm; we went down the Rocks on the sands at low water, where we found great part of our lading, either on shore or floating near it.
When it was almost night, faint with fatigue, hunger, and exhaustion, he fell in with an old collier who refresht him in his little hut.
When Antonio was refresht, he was greatly pleased with the conversation of the monk, who in earlier times had lived in the world, and served as a soldier in many campaigns.
And _thin cold streams_ with _sprightly juice_ refresht;
I got a fine Sleep which refresht me very much read 2 Sermons of Doctor Blairs I eat
Fanks, but ai haz tu sai dat ai’m nawt reely fast maiself – ai wuz jus lucky tudai dat ai refresht mah paige at ekzaktlee teh rite momint!
2207: Come on refresht, new added, and encourag'd:
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