refill[ verb ree-fil; noun ree-fil ]SEE DEFINITION OF refill
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REFILL
But the water in our butts had gone rancid and we put in at this island to refill.
Gloria rose unobtrusively and took the teapot to the kitchen for a refill.
Granice, with a throbbing heart, watched Denver refill his pipe.
Brook shook his head and began to refill his refractory pipe.
Merrihew solemnly spun his wine-glass, but made no effort to refill it.
His pipe was out, but he could not take his hands from the wheel to refill it.
They could also get a fresh supply of water and refill their air tanks there.
I thought if anyone came in and found me I'd say I'd been sent to refill the water-jug.
But I shall be in no hurry to refill it: I am too much afraid of breaking it.
On arriving at the spring they refill their water-skins and let the dromedaries drink.