Definition of Refect

1. v. t. To restore after hunger or fatigue; to refresh.



Definition of Refect

1. Verb. (archaic transitive) To refresh; restore after hunger or fatigue. ¹

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Definition of Refect

1. to refresh with food and drink [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Medical Definition of Refect

1. To induce refection. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Refect

refashions
refasten
refastened
refastening
refastens
refatten
refattened
refattening
refattens
refax
refaxed
refaxes
refaxing
refback
refbacks
refect (current term)
refected
refecting
refection
refections
refective
refectives
refectories
refectory
refectory table
refects
refed
refeed
refeeding
refeeds

Literary usage of Refect

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1. Missale Ad Usum Ecclesie Westmonasteriensis by Catholic Church, Catholic Church Liturgy and ritual, Westminster Abbey (1897)
"Beati urbani martyris fut : Vit. Coût. refect i domine sacre ... refect i participation immens sacri : all the other uses (Gr. 87. ..."

2. A Second Book in Latin: Containing Syntax, and Reading Lessons in Prose by John McClintock (1853)
"Recit-are (av-, at-), vn, l, to read refect-us, a, um (part, of reficere), aloud, recite. refitted. ..."

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