Re*fec"tion (r?*f?k"sh?n), n. [L. refectio: cf. F. r'efection. See Refect, Fact.]

Refreshment after hunger or fatique; a repast; a lunch.

[His] feeble spirit inly felt refection. Spenser.

Those Attic nights, and those refections of the gods. Curran.

 

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