adjective, fresh·er, fresh·est.
- exciting; appealing; great.
- informed; up-to-date.
verb (used with or without object)
Origin of fresh
SYNONYMS FOR fresh
Related formsfresh·ly, adverbfresh·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for fresh
But she says that getting some fresh air may help you feel better.
Both Rohan and Kalayjian recommend breathing in some fresh air each day.
A waiter brings out some fresh pretzels and homemade pork and wine sausages.House of the Witch: The Renegade Craft Brewers of Panama|Jeff Campagna|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Apparently, the Major Case Squad is employed when homicides are fresh, East St. Louis Det. Gilda Johnson told me.
I was lost, fresh back from Vietnam, searching, maybe, for a peril the equivalent of war but aimed in the direction of life.
As fresh water exerts a very deadly influence on the Medus, this seems the most appropriate place for describing its action.
As he spoke the light disappeared, and a fresh one appeared from astern.The Black Bar|George Manville Fenn
The macas, and maize, and a fresh steak from the wild bull, enabled them to make a most excellent supper.The Forest Exiles|Mayne Reid
Into a large wide mouthed bottle, put French brandy, and fresh rose leaves, or lemon and orange peel.
I have fresh hopes given me; but I dare not please myself too much with them, lest I should be again disappointed.
British Dictionary definitions for fresh
Derived Formsfreshly, adverbfreshness, noun
Word Origin for fresh
Idioms and Phrases with fresh
In addition to the idioms beginning with fresh
- fresh as a daisy
- fresh out of
- breath of fresh air