01. Pearl has just gone to the ladies' room for a minute to [refresh] her make-up.
02. Beauty experts say that cucumber helps cool, soothe, [refresh] and hydrate the skin.
03. Our milkshakes are deliciously [refreshing].
04. The draft from the window was quite [refreshing] in the hot weather.
05. This green tea has a [refreshing], fragrant flavor.
06. During the interval, [refreshments] and snacks will be served in the lobby.
07. Our [refreshing] drink is made from pure orange and lemon juices.
08. We took a [refreshing] dip in the lake at the end of our hike.
09. Kooki-Cola has a clean, [refreshing] taste.
10. Averil Coxhead has noted that if second language students do not [refresh] their learning of new vocabulary by frequent repetition, they will quickly forget these new words.
11. She went to bed early, and woke up the next morning feeling [refreshed] and ready for action.
12. It's so [refreshing] to meet a salesman who places the customer's satisfaction above his own profits.
13. Jack Layton is a [refreshingly] honest and open politician; a real rarity in today's world.
14. Cold peppermint tea is delightfully [refreshing] on a hot summer's day.
15. [Refreshments] will be served following the children's concert.
16. The kids took a break from the sports competition to have some cold [refreshments].
17. I was really sleepy, but after I splashed some cold water on my face I felt quite [refreshed].
18. William Penn once observed that true silence is the rest of the mind; it is to the spirit what sleep is to the body - nourishment and [refreshment].
19. Thomas Jefferson once said that the tree of liberty must be [refreshed] from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.
20. An Indian proverb observes that a fight in your neighbor's house is [refreshing].
21. A Japanese proverb notes that a bath refreshes the body, and tea [refreshes] the mind.
22. A Sanskrit proverb notes that there are three things that [refresh] the heart and reduce your grief; water, flowers, and a beautiful woman.
23. The Talmud remarks that wine nourishes, [refreshes] and cheers.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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