Pronounced: so-DALL-ih-tee (alt: suh-DALL-ih-tee), noun
Notes: It looks like it should have something to do with soda
The word refect means “to refresh with food or drink”
Our word came into English in the late 1400s
Background / Comments
Another useful word to drop into conversation. It comes from the Latin word reficere (to renew or restore), from re- (back) and facere (to make).