The impression was so strong that I felt unusually happy and refreshed.
The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants-TJ.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, whose “refreshed” looks have spawned constant speculation, is also out of the loop.
After two decades of dwindling influence, NATO is refreshed and energized by the growing threat on its eastern flank.
Today, we look at print from the refreshed point of view of an expatriate who sees the old country with new eyes.
Bad air in the sleeping room makes one feel drowsy in the morning instead of refreshed by sleep.
This refreshed them mightily, and they glowed at the mayor's table like roses washed with dew.
The long-thirsting heart was refreshed by this one drop of clear water!
My soul has been refreshed, my tongue loosened, and my heart warmed.
We refreshed ourselves with famous Burdwan sweetmeats, sitabhog (food for the goddess) and motichur (nuggets of sweet pearl).
refresh re·fresh (rĭ-frěsh')
v. re·freshed, re·fresh·ing, re·fresh·es
To cause to recuperate; revive.
To renew by stimulation.
To pare or scrape the edges of a wound to promote healing.