Hal conceded a short stop, at a solitary tavern, for a refection of beer and barley-cakes.
Great preparations had been made for the refection which was to be part of the entertainment.
This refection kept up strength and did not draw blood from the brain, as must a less easily digested one.
The refection was duly consumed, and the waggon rolled its way down the hill.
Then, after ordering a refection for the traveller, came the question what he had been doing.
During this refection, the young men made known the object of their visit.
And it is good; it is a refection for the gods—certain selected gods.
I bought half-a-dozen oranges from a boy, for oranges and nuts were the only refection to be had.
"We'll take our refection in the open air," said Timothy putting his head in at the door.
For our refection we paid sixpence each, but for our edification we are still, and hope ever to be, in debt.