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fresh definition

  • adjective:
    • a new comer to an individual's experience; perhaps not experienced before.
    • Novel; various: a brand new slant in the issue. See Synonyms at brand new.
    • Recently made, created, or gathered; perhaps not stale or spoiled: fresh breads.
    • perhaps not maintained, as by canning, smoking, or freezing: more vegetables.
    • Not saline or salty: fresh water.
    • maybe not yet used or soiled; clean: a fresh sheet of paper.
    • Free from impurity or air pollution; pure: outdoors.
    • Additional; brand new: fresh research.
    • Bright and clear; maybe not dull or faded: a new memory.
    • getting the radiant, unspoiled look of childhood: a new skin.
    • Untried; inexperienced: fresh recruits.
    • Having only arrived; right: fashions fresh from Paris.
    • Revived or reinvigorated; refreshed: I was fresh as a daisy after the nap.
    • Fairly strong; brisk: a brand new wind.
    • casual Bold and saucy; impudent.
    • Having recently calved and so with milk. Applied of a cow.
    • Slang Excellent; first-rate.
    • Not cooked; natural.
    • maybe not cooked, dried out, or frozen.
    • Nevertheless green rather than dried.
    • energizing or cool.
    • Without sodium; not saline.
    • Rested; perhaps not exhausted or fatigued.
    • Having just the files and configurations of a particular release of the program package; without revisions or upgrades that have been released after the release of a certain version.
    • Rude, cheeky, or unsuitable; presumptuous; disrespectful; ahead.
    • Sexually hostile or forward; at risk of caress too excitedly; excessively flirtatious.
    • Possessed of original life and vitality; new and powerful; unimpaired; sound.
    • New; original; additional.
    • Lately created, collected, or prepared for marketplace; not stale; not dried or maintained; perhaps not wilted, faded, or tainted; in good condition; ; recently made or gotten; occurring once again; duplicated; ; lately come or made general public; ; recently taken from a well or spring.
    • Youthful; florid.
    • In a raw, green, or untried state; uncultivated; uncultured; unpracticed.
    • Renewed in vigor, alacrity, or ability to use it; ; hence, looking after restore in vitality; rather strong; cool or quick.
    • Not salt
    • initial as well as a form maybe not seen before
    • not yet utilized or soiled
    • (of a cycle) starting or occurring once more
    • maybe not canned or otherwise maintained
    • improperly forward or bold
    • with restored energy
    • recently made, created, or harvested
    • without impurities
    • imparting vitality and energy
    • perhaps not containing or made up of sodium liquid
    • perhaps not soured or maintained
    • having recently calved therefore able to provide milk
  • adverb:
    • Recently; recently: fresh out of milk; muffins baked fresh each day.
    • really recently
  • noun:
    • the first part: the new of this day.
    • A freshet.
    • A rush of liquid, along a river or to the land; a flood.
    • A stream or springtime of fresh-water.
    • A flood; a freshet.
    • The mingling of fresh-water with sodium in rivers or bays, as in the form of a flood of fresh-water streaming toward or in to the sea.
    • A flood; a stream in overflow; an inundation; a freshet.
    • Figuratively, a flood or dash of persons.
    • A spring or brook of fresh water; a small tributary flow.
    • A stream or current of fresh-water working into tide-water.
    • The mingling of fresh water with salt in rivers or bays, and/or increased up-to-date of an ebb-tide due to an excellent volume of fresh-water moving into the water.
    • Open climate; just about every day of open climate; a thaw.
    • A freshman.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To invigorate; to freshen.
  • others:
    • Having its initial qualities; unimpaired in vitality or purity; maybe not damaged, faded, tainted, or decayed; not stale or worn out: because, a brand new voice; a fresh complexion; activities still fresh into the memory; maintain animal meat or blossoms fresh.
    • Of unimpaired real or psychological problem; having complete natural vitality, task, beauty, bloom, etc.; hearty; noise; quick; vibrant.
    • In a refreshed problem; freshened; reinvigorated; enhanced or purified: as, the troops were today fresh for action; to place on fresh linen.
    • New; recent; novel; recently produced, obtained, happening, arriving, etc.: as, coins fresh from mint; a fresh coating of paint; fresh tidings; a new misfortune; to simply take a new sheet of paper.
    • thus Unpractised; untried; inexperienced; unsophisticated: because, a new hand on a ship; a fresh childhood.
    • Cool; refreshing; stimulating; imparting strength or refreshment; in nautical language, reasonably powerful or brisk: since, a draught of fresh water; a breath of oxygen; a brand new breeze.
    • perhaps not sodium, salted, or pickled; maybe not brackish: because, fresh beef or codfish; fresh-water.
    • vibrant; brilliant.
    • Tipsy.
    • Sober; perhaps not tipsy.
    • Verdant and conceited; presuming through ignorance and conceit; forward; officious. Compare cool.
    • Open; not frosty.
    • Novel, Present, etc. See brand new.
    • Untrained, unskilled, raw.
    • Freshly.
    • To recharge.
    • to cultivate fresh; freshen.
    • Noting a cow with recently offered birth to a calf.
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