Synonyms and related words:
aerage, aeration, air conditioning, air cooling, airing, aliment, alimentation, bite, board, case hardening, chow, collation, cross-ventilation, eatables, eats, edibles, enlivenment, entertainment, exhilaration, face-lift, feed, food, fortification, furbishment, grub, hardening, invigoration, keep, light lunch, light meal, light repast, meal, meat, mess, new birth, nosh, nourishment, nurture, nutriment, oxygenation, oxygenization, pabulum, palingenesis, palingenesy, pap, perflation, reanimation, rebirth, reconditioning, recrudescence, refection, refreshments, refurbishment, regalement, regeneracy, regenerateness, regeneration, regenesis, reinforcement, reinvigoration, rejuvenation, rejuvenescence, renaissance, renascence, renewal, renovation, repas, repast, restoration, restorative, restrengthening, resurgence, resurrection, resuscitation, retread, retreading, revival, revivescence, revivescency, revivification, second wind, second youth, slum clearance, snack, snacks, spot of lunch, spread, stimulation, strengthening, support, sustenance, table, tempering, tonic, treat, urban renewal, ventilation

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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