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 freshes
Thence it is that at this time of the year the freshes of the rivers, like that of the Broadruck, stink of fish.The History of Virginia, in Four Parts|Robert Beverley
It iz for this reezon that freshes in rivers hav becume larger, more frequent, sudden and destructiv, than they were formerly.A Collection of Essays and Fugitiv Writings|Noah Webster
During the rainy season it would be dangerous to expose a vessel to the strength of the freshes in this river.Narrative of a Survey of the Intertropical and Western Coasts of Australia|Phillip Parker King
The "Freshes" of the Delaware were the low-lying meadows along the river.William Penn|Rupert S. Holland
Thence it is that at this time of the year, the freshes of the rivers, like that of the Broadruck, stink of fish.The Bounty of the Chesapeake|James Wharton
British Dictionary definitions for freshes
Derived Formsfreshly, adverbfreshness, noun
Word Origin for fresh
Idioms and Phrases with freshes
In addition to the idioms beginning with fresh
- fresh as a daisy
- fresh out of
- breath of fresh air