But here is a Guydo—the frame alone is worth pounds—which any lady might be proud to hang up—a suitable thing for what we call a refectory in a charitable institution, if any gentleman of the Corporation wished to show his munifi_cence_.
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He and Werner eat their first meal in their starchy new uniforms at a long wooden table in the refectory.
Anthony Doerr -- All the Light We Cannot See
Restored to its normal identity as a refectory, enormous cauldrons of porridge were being dispensed, together with bannocks baked on the hearth and spread with molasses.