fill again, replenish
- I was positively ashamed of asking the waiter to refill the plate. - "Roughing it in the Bush", Susanna Moodie.
- Whether he read, and, if he did read, whether his drugged brain took hold of the sense of the printed matter on which his eyes rested, was uncertain; but every now and again he turned a page of the book without raising his glance even when his hand reached out for the glass from which he drank: he only looked up to refill the glass from a decanter on the table. - "The Stronger Influence", F.E. Mills Young.
- I was not wanted; I was not expected back to refill my former place on earth- the large fortune I had possessed was now my wife's by the decree of my own last will and testament, which she would have no difficulty in proving. - "Vendetta A Story of One Forgotten", Marie Corelli.