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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. Refreshment with food or drink.
2. A light meal.
3. The reingesting of fecal pellets, as practiced by rabbits.
Via French from Latin reficere (to renew or restore), from re- (back) + facere (to make). Earliest documented use: 1398.
"Mr March and the Professor retired to the study, Meg and Amy went to look after the little refection of fruit and cake which was to come."
Louisa May Alcott; Jo's Boys; Roberts Brothers; 1886.
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