refreshment by means of some pastime, agreeable exercise, or the like.
a pastime, diversion, exercise, or other resource affording relaxation and enjoyment.
refreshment of health or spirits by relaxation and enjoyment
an activity or pastime that promotes this
an interval of free time between school lessons
(as modifier): recreation period
noun 1. Physiology. a secretion, as saliva, that is reabsorbed by the body. 2. refuse separated from anything; dross. noun 1. (physiol) any substance, such as bile, that is secreted from a part of the body and later reabsorbed instead of being excreted 2. waste matter; refuse; dross
verb (used with object), criminalized, criminalizing. 1. to make punishable as a crime: To reduce the graffiti on subway cars, he wants to criminalize the selling of spray paint to minors. 2. to make a criminal of: Drug use has criminalized him. verb (transitive) 1. to make (an action or activity) criminal 2. to treat […]
verb (used without object), recriminated, recriminating. 1. to bring a countercharge against an accuser. verb (used with object), recriminated, recriminating. 2. to accuse in return. verb 1. (intransitive) to return an accusation against someone or engage in mutual accusations
- Recording angel
noun 1. an angel who supposedly keeps a record of every person’s good and bad acts