Webster 1913 Edition
repastus, fr. L.
repascereto feed again; pref.
pastum, to pasture, feed. See
The act of taking food.
From dance to sweet
That which is taken as food; a meal; figuratively, any refreshment.“Sleep . . . thy best repast.”
Go and get me some
To supply food to; to feast; to take food.
[Obs.]“Repast them with my blood.”
He then, also, as before, left arbitrary the dieting and
repastingof our minds.
Webster 1828 Edition
1.The act of taking food; or the food taken; a meal.
From dance to sweet repast they turn.
A repast without luxury.
Go, and get me some repast.