- refresh used 3 times.
- refreshed used 10 times.
- refresheth used once.
- refreshing used twice.
- First Reference: 1 Kings 13:7
- Last Reference: Philemon 1:20
- Included in Eastons: No
- Included in Hitchcocks: No
- Included in Naves: No
- Included in Smiths: No
- Included in Websters: Yes
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: Yes
- Included in BDB: Yes
REFRESH', verb transitive [See Fresh.]
1. To cool; to allay heat.
A dew coming after a heat refresheth.
2. To give new strength to; to invigorate; to relieve after fatigue; as, to refresh the body. A man or a beast is refreshed by food and rest. Exodus 23:12.
3. To revive; to reanimate after depression; to cheer; to enliven.
For they have refreshed my spirit and yours. 1 Corinthians 16:18.
4. To improve by new touches any thing impaired.
The rest refresh the scaly snakes.
5. To revive what is drooping; as, rain refreshes the plants.
REFRESH', noun Act of refreshing. [Not used.]
REFRESH'ED, participle passive Cooled; invigorated; revived; cheered.
REFRESH'ER, noun He or that which refreshes, revives or invigorates.
REFRESH'ING, participle present tense or adjective Cooling; invigorating; reviving; reanimating.
REFRESH'ING, noun Refreshment; relief after fatigue or suffering.
1. Act of refreshing; or new strength or vigor received after fatigue; relief after suffering; applied to the body.
2. New life or animation after depression; applied to the mind or spirits.
3. That which gives fresh strength or vigor, as food or rest.