adjective, fresh·er, fresh·est.
- exciting; appealing; great.
- informed; up-to-date.
verb (used with or without object)
Origin of fresh
Examples from the Web for freshest
So we tried to think of the freshest, healthiest, brightest, cleanest restaurant we knew.
It is the freshest evidence that hyperpartisan super-PAC slush funds are now a core part of the permanent campaign.With Benghazi Video, Karl Rove Kicks Off 2016 With Hillary Clinton Hit|John Avlon|May 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In it, the writer, Joan Juliet Buck, called Mrs. Assad “the freshest and most magnetic of first ladies.”
The markets are filled with the freshest and most incredible ingredients, and the cuisine is generally simple yet satisfying.
One of the youngest and freshest culinary talents tells us what he's loving right now.
The afternoon sun was pleasantly warm and the air, it seemed to Cooper, was the freshest he had ever smelled.Project Mastodon|Clifford Donald Simak
Try the freshness of eggs by putting them into cold water; those that sink the soonest are the freshest.My Pet Recipes, Tried and True|Various
Leaving Barnes to work his way into the town as best he could with the tired animals, I took the freshest horse and rode forward.The Memoirs of General W. T. Sherman, Complete|William T. Sherman
One of the freshest, most scientific, and at the same time, most popular and delightful books of the kind we have ever read.The Big Brother|George Cary Eggleston
There stood in the doorway the freshest, the most beaming of young men.The Duchess of Wrexe|Hugh Walpole
British Dictionary definitions for freshest
Word Origin for fresh
Idioms and Phrases with freshest
In addition to the idioms beginning with fresh
- fresh as a daisy
- fresh out of
- breath of fresh air