refresh (part of speech: verb)
- Yet he played on, certain of the great luck which would not only recoup all in one night, but establish his circumstances far beyond what they had ever been. - "The Way of the Gods", John Luther Long.
- The pater tried to recoup on the market. - "Lost Farm Camp", Harry Herbert Knibbs.
- So possessed was I by absolute faith in Sir William Johnson's strain, called Hurons, that I listened approvingly to Sir Peter's plans for a dashing recoup. - "The Reckoning", Robert W. Chambers.