Origin of refreshment
Examples from the Web for refreshment
And when I passed the refreshment stand on the way out of the theater, I could not help but think of Skittles.Hollywood, Shootings, and ‘2 Guns’: When Is Stylized Violence Obscene?|Michael Daly|July 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The life of the gallery is dependent on the renewal and refreshment of its artists and dealers.
It had been my intention to set apart Sunday as much as possible as a day of rest and refreshment.Uncle Max|Rosa Nouchette Carey
Only a couple of hundred feet remained now between the refreshment parlor and this party of mirthful victims.Pee-wee Harris|Percy Keese Fitzhugh
They labor for subsistence; they sleep for refreshment; they laugh with the merry, and weep with the afflicted.
She went back to the hospital with a curious sense of uneasiness, but equally also of rest and refreshment.A Girl in Ten Thousand|L. T. Meade
Let me offer you some refreshment before you begin that long walk.The Master's Violin|Myrtle Reed
British Dictionary definitions for refreshment
Word Origin and History for refreshment
late 14c., "act or fact of refreshing," originally mental and spiritual, from Old French refreschement (Modern French rafraîchissement, from refreschier (see refresh). Refreshments, of food and drink only, from 1660s.