Origin of refection
Related formsre·fec·tive, adjectivere·fec·to·ri·al [ree-fek-tawr-ee-uh l, -tohr-] /ˌri fɛkˈtɔr i əl, -ˈtoʊr-/, adjective
Examples from the Web for refection
Great preparations had been made for the refection which was to be part of the entertainment.Elsie Venner|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
He ordered that all sorts of provisions should be stowed away in that house, as if the young prince needed them for his refection.Folk-Tales of Bengal|Lal Behari Day
To ensure gravity and decency, one of the brethren, at every refection, was to read aloud a chapter of the Old or New Testament.History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth. Vol. II.|James Anthony Froude
Whilst the monks were at their morning refection the first bell was kept ringing for the morning Mass.English Monastic Life|Abbot Gasquet
He soon perceived Phralaong at a distance, sitting quietly after his refection.The Life or Legend of Gaudama|Right Reverend Paul Ambroise Bigandet