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Fresh vs. Freshly

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Freshadjective

Newly produced or obtained; recent.

‘He followed the fresh hoofprints to find the deer.’; ‘I seem to make fresh mistakes every time I start writing.’; ‘With his recent divorce still fresh in his mind, he was unable to concentrate on his work.’;

Freshlyadverb

Recently, newly.

‘The freshly picked flowers will wilt in a few days but for now are still fragrant.’;

Freshadjective

Not cooked, dried, frozen, or spoiled.

‘After taking a beating in the boxing ring, the left side of his face looked like fresh meat.’; ‘I brought home from the market a nice bunch of fresh spinach leaves straight from the farm.’; ‘a glass of fresh milk’;

Freshlyadverb

(uncommon) In a rude or impertinent manner.

Freshadjective

(of plant material) Still green and not dried.

Freshlyadverb

In a fresh manner; vigorously; newly, recently; brightly; briskly; coolly; as, freshly gathered; freshly painted; the wind blows freshly.

‘Looks he as freshly as he did?’;

Freshadjective

Invigoratingly cool and refreshing.

‘What a nice fresh breeze.’;

Freshlyadverb

very recently;

‘they are newly married’; ‘newly raised objections’; ‘a newly arranged hairdo’; ‘grass new washed by the rain’; ‘a freshly cleaned floor’; ‘we are fresh out of tomatoes’;

Freshadjective

(of water) Without salt; not saline.

‘After a day at sea it was good to feel the fresh water of the stream.’;

Freshlyadverb

in an impudent or impertinent manner;

‘a lean, swarthy fellow was peering through the window, grinning impudently’;

Freshadjective

Rested; not tired or fatigued.

Freshly

Freshly is a New York-based prepared meal delivery company that delivers throughout the United States. Founded by Michael Wystrach and Carter Comstock, the company ships one million meals per week and delivers to the contiguous United States.

Freshadjective

In a raw or untried state; uncultured; unpracticed.

‘a fresh hand on a ship’;

Freshadjective

Youthful; florid.

Freshadjective

(slang) Good, fashionable.

‘a fresh pair of sneakers’;

Freshadjective

Tipsy; drunk.

Freshadjective

Rude, cheeky, or inappropriate; presumptuous; disrespectful; forward.

‘No one liked his fresh comments.’;

Freshadjective

Sexually aggressive or forward; prone to caress too eagerly; overly flirtatious.

‘Hey, don't get fresh with me!’;

Freshadverb

recently; just recently; most recently

‘We are fresh out of milk.’;

Freshnoun

A rush of water, along a river or onto the land; a flood.

Freshnoun

A stream or spring of fresh water.

Freshnoun

The mingling of fresh water with salt in rivers or bays, as by means of a flood of fresh water flowing toward or into the sea.

Freshverb

(commercial fishing) To pack (fish) loosely on ice.

Freshverb

To flood or dilute an area of salt water with flowing fresh water.

Freshverb

(of wind) To become stronger.

Freshverb

To rebore the barrel of a rifle or shotgun.

Freshverb

To update.

Freshverb

To freshen up.

Freshverb

To renew.

Freshverb

(of a dairy cow) to give birth to a calf.

Freshadjective

Possessed of original life and vigor; new and strong; unimpaired; sound.

Freshadjective

New; original; additional.

‘A fresh pleasure in every fresh posture of the limbs.’;

Freshadjective

Lately produced, gathered, or prepared for market; not stale; not dried or preserved; not wilted, faded, or tainted; in good condition; as, fresh vegetables, flowers, eggs, meat, fruit, etc.; recently made or obtained; occurring again; repeated; as, a fresh supply of goods; fresh tea, raisins, etc.; lately come or made public; as, fresh news; recently taken from a well or spring; as, fresh water.

Freshadjective

Youthful; florid; as, these fresh nymphs.

Freshadjective

In a raw, green, or untried state; uncultivated; uncultured; unpracticed; as, a fresh hand on a ship.

Freshadjective

Renewed in vigor, alacrity, or readiness for action; as, fresh for a combat; hence, tending to renew in vigor; rather strong; cool or brisk; as, a fresh wind.

Freshadjective

Not salt; as, fresh water, in distinction from that which is from the sea, or brackish; fresh meat, in distinction from that which is pickled or salted.

Freshnoun

A stream or spring of fresh water.

‘He shall drink naught but brine; for I'll not show himWhere the quick freshes are.’;

Freshnoun

A flood; a freshet.

Freshnoun

The mingling of fresh water with salt in rivers or bays, as by means of a flood of fresh water flowing toward or into the sea.

Freshverb

To refresh; to freshen.

Freshadjective

not stale or old;

‘fresh bread’; ‘a fresh scent’;

Freshadjective

(of a cycle) beginning or occurring again;

‘a fresh start’; ‘fresh ideas’;

Freshadjective

imparting vitality and energy;

‘the bracing mountain air’;

Freshadjective

of a kind not seen before;

‘the computer produced a completely novel proof of a well-known theorem’;

Freshadjective

not canned or otherwise preserved;

‘fresh vegetables’;

Freshadjective

not containing or composed of salt water;

‘fresh water’;

Freshadjective

having recently calved and therefore able to give milk;

‘the cow is fresh’;

Freshadjective

with restored energy

Freshadjective

not soured or preserved;

‘sweet milk’;

Freshadjective

free from impurities;

‘clean water’; ‘fresh air’;

Freshadjective

not artificial;

‘fresh cut flowers’;

Freshadjective

not yet used or soiled;

‘a fresh shirt’; ‘a fresh sheet of paper’; ‘an unused envelope’;

Freshadjective

improperly forward or bold;

‘don't be fresh with me’; ‘impertinent of a child to lecture a grownup’; ‘an impudent boy given to insulting strangers’;

Freshadverb

very recently;

‘they are newly married’; ‘newly raised objections’; ‘a newly arranged hairdo’; ‘grass new washed by the rain’; ‘a freshly cleaned floor’; ‘we are fresh out of tomatoes’;

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