recreation

[ rek-ree-ey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF recreation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECREATION

Hubert, quite excited by this day of recreation and of fete, was the only one who had anything to say.

Always work had stolen from him these treasures—dreams, recreation and knowledge.

We then went to the chapel, where a short Mass was celebrated, after which we had an hour's recreation.

Greenwich was the place fixed on for the dinner, and we prepared for the day of recreation.

Recreation: Telling young men how to scorn the root of all fortunes.

Recreation: Filling his fountain pen or cleaning typewriter.

Recreation: Killing giants, disguising himself as a swan, etc.

"These people seem to have no need of recreation," Benda said.

That is to say, writing was his vocation and his recreation as well.

It seemed as if the hour of evening recreation would never end.

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