And when I passed the refreshment stand on the way out of the theater, I could not help but think of Skittles.
The life of the gallery is dependent on the renewal and refreshment of its artists and dealers.
The relaxation of this effort is what causes the sense of refreshment that follows all healthy discharges.
Some refreshment is ordinarily procurable there, but it is not much of a place.
And a glazed circular building intended as a refreshment room, but at present occupied by tropical birds, &c.
He told the servant to provide the messenger with refreshment, then turned to his guest.
Sir W. Mistress Margaret will have need of some refreshment.
He entered an hotel near Charing Cross, and ordered some refreshment and a bed.
Come; the table is ready: there are your old wines upon it: you must want that refreshment.
They had all the trouble in the world to find a free table in the refreshment room.
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.