refilled

[ verb ree-fil; noun ree-fil ]SEE DEFINITION OF refilled

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As the waiter would have refilled the glasses, Blythe stopped him.

Then I went to the fireplace, knocked the ashes out of my pipe, refilled it and relit it.

Rifles were examined to see that they were in good order, belts were refilled with cartridges.

Well done, boy; drain off another,' and he refilled his glass as he spoke.

O'Shea read it rapidly, and, finishing off his glass, refilled and drank it.

As he spoke he drained his glass, and held it out to be refilled.

Gustav brought with him, too, the refilled drums of sulphur dioxide.

He lifted his glass and drank it off, then thrust it out to be refilled.

He moved uneasily, and refilled and lit the pipe that he had borrowed of Dick.

Then he refilled his pipe, lit it, and approached the expectant squad.