MEANING: verb tr.: To refresh with food or drink.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin reficere (to renew or restore), from re- (back) + facere (to make). Earliest documented use: 1488.


REFACT - to restate an inconvenient truth so as to bolster an invalid argument

REFICT - to make up a new story; see also REFACT

REFECK - to reconstruct a bad public relations image, in order to regain the appearance of responsibility and reliability
(compare FECKLESS)