Definition of Refections

1. Noun. (plural of refection) ¹



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Definition of Refections

1. refection [n] - See also: refection

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Refections

refastens
refatten
refattened
refattening
refattens
refax
refaxed
refaxes
refaxing
refback
refbacks
refect
refected
refecting
refection
refections (current term)
refective
refectives
refectories
refectory
refectory table
refects
refed
refeed
refeeding
refeeds
refeel
refeeling
refeels
refel

Literary usage of Refections

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1. An Historical Account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern by James O'Laverty (1895)
"It pays proxies 10/-, refections 10/- 20/- A Rectory of My Lord Deputy (Chichester). Ecclesia de Ballywalter—One townland glebe. William O'Sheil. ..."

2. A Treatise on the Commerce and Police of the River Thames: Containing an by Patrick Colquhoun (1800)
"Concluding refections. "RICHARD I. in the Eighth Year of his Reign, AD 1196, granted to the City of London a Charter, for which they paid him Fifteen ..."

3. Memoirs of the Mexican Revolution:: Including a Narrative of the Expedition by William Davis Robinson (1820)
"... and by the horrors committed, by her authorities, in Mexico and South America, since the year 1810—refections. THE scenes of cruelty which we have ..."

4. Memoirs of the Mexican Revolution: Including a Narrative of the Expedition by William Davis Robinson (1820)
"... General Don Jose Antonio Torres—Degraded state of the Patriots after he assumed the command—refections thereon. \ 9 WE have already mentioned the ..."

5. An Experimental Treatise on Optics: Comprehending the Leading Principles of by Jean-Baptiste Biot (1826)
"... refections, Refractions, and Colours of thin transparent Bodies, 233. IN all the phenomena hitherto examined, the thickness of bodies which act upon ..."

6. Hyde Park from Domesday-book to Date by John Ashton (1896)
"... Plague of 1665—Boscobel Oaks in the Park—When first opened to the public—What it was then like—The Cheesecake House—Its homely refections—Orange girls. ..."

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