- to commence giving milk after calving.
- to give birth.
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How to use freshen in a sentence
When Spears wanted to freshen up her home, such as updating the color of her cabinets, Jamie allegedly refused to hand over her own money, saying it would be too expensive.How Britney Spears’ Father Controlled Her Circle of Friends|Cheyenne Roundtree|June 25, 2021|The Daily Beast
Chips and pretzels, cookies and crackers, nuts and bars, jerky and fruit leathers, the gum and mints that provide some semblance of freshening up during hours on the road.I Found the Formula for Road Trip Bliss, and It’s Gardetto’s and Sour Punch Straws|Jenny G. Zhang|May 26, 2021|Eater
Carpet room deodorizers can freshen the carpet and the room, but be judicious with them.
He bravely promises to “deliver life-changing results” to those with deep enough pockets to freshen up and stop aging.
Maybe you think Botox is no big deal—a quick lunchtime jab to freshen up the face?
Talking to NPR, scholar Quentin Taylor tries to freshen up the metaphor.
Lightning from the east and west accompanied the rain, but the wind was steady, and did not freshen or lull during the showers.
A light rain had fallen the night before, just enough to beat down the dust and freshen the landscape.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
However, I think we shall do, if the wind does not freshen again.A Final Reckoning|G. A. Henty
I was but planning with this minion here some way to freshen your spirits.The Proud Prince|Justin Huntly McCarthy
Naturally it took them time to scrub and generally freshen after an all days ride on the train.Marjorie Dean College Freshman|Pauline Lester
British Dictionary definitions for freshen
- (of farm animals) to give birth
- (of cows) to commence giving milk after calving