Maybe you think Botox is no big deal—a quick lunchtime jab to freshen up the face?
He bravely promises to “deliver life-changing results” to those with deep enough pockets to freshen up and stop aging.
Talking to NPR, scholar Quentin Taylor tries to freshen up the metaphor.
Then, punching his pillow to freshen it up, he turned over and tried his best to drop off.
The wind began to freshen from the north-west, and at six o'clock we had all sail on her.
Ames looked as if he had been traveling all night and had not had a chance to freshen himself up in his haste.
I had reduced sail at dark, when it began to freshen into a gale.
Whenever she leaves her nest she makes three or four rapid circles around the spot to freshen her memory of the locality.
But let me try for one moment to freshen it for our conceptions and our hearts.
To freshen black taffeta or satin, sponge with a cupful of strong tea to which a little ammonia has been added.