The cranberry and orange is tart and refreshing and it can easily be made ahead and served in a pitcher or punch bowl.
It was such a refreshing change from a host who tries too hard to crack jokes and rarely succeeds.
Most refreshing was the general lack of self-congratulation, even among the most accomplished writers.
I think they find that refreshing And I think the sense of humor.
I love to serve them with vibrantly colored purees of various seasonal fruits for contrast and refreshing lift.
The contrast is, in its way, refreshing as well as instructive.
Thank you the more for this rest, and this refreshing drink!'
Tourist (who has been refreshing himself with the Toddy of the Country).
When good and in season, they have a fine silvery hue, are very firm, and have a refreshing smell like cucumbers newly cut.
Presently Sheepy joined him, first refreshing himself, as usual, with a long look at the snoring Weston.
1570s, present participle adjective from refresh (v.). Mental or spiritual sense is attested from 1690s. Related: Refreshingly.
refresh re·fresh (rĭ-frěsh')
v. re·freshed, re·fresh·ing, re·fresh·es
To cause to recuperate; revive.
To renew by stimulation.
To pare or scrape the edges of a wound to promote healing.