Without; recently not available; out: We're fresh out of bananas, Missus (1830s+)
fresh out of rehab, Lindsay takes on the art of the fashion blogger.
John C. Beck, now 54 years old and the owner of a consulting firm, then was 23 years old, fresh out of Harvard.
fresh out of jail, Dr. Krim receives an anonymous email to check the liquid nitrogen tanks back at her lab.
When we first met JT he was fresh out of the Marine Corp and seemed like a decent person.
And right now investors, not just here but all over the world, are fresh out of belief.
The neighbors came in to do that, and put a flower, fresh out of the garden-dew, between the two still hands.
He wanted to argue about it some more, but he was fresh out of arguments.
He positively asserted to all who looked at his fish that they were just fresh out of the water.
I saw Lem painting it fresh out in his shop only two days ago.
For there we were joined by the Aìsne, already a far-travelled river and fresh out of Champagne.