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Fresh

Pronunciation of Fresh
/fɹˈɛʃ/, /fɹˈɛʃ/, /f_ɹ_ˈɛ_ʃ/

Antonyms for fresh:

tired, backward, exhausted, salty, old, dirty, quick-frozen, debilitating, worn, impure, dry, stale, soured, preserved.

Synonyms for fresh:

Sense 1

boutonniere, nippy, deep-sea, healthy, littoral, fluvial, early, rancid, squally, nosegay, oceanic, full-blown, well, cool, spicy, peaches-and-cream, rosebud, budding, contumelious, Snippety, tidal, blustery, rotten, boldfaced, posy, pushy, brand-new, added, potable, windy, smart-alecky, choppy, winding, cheeky.

Sense 2

navigable, other, nervy, overconfident, uppity, glowing, pelagic, Malapert, rude, innovative, assuming, bouquet, snippy, uppish, flowery, presumptuous, swollen, assumptive, innocent, further, coastal, inshore, Presuming, stormy, brassy, untouched, unprecedented, frosty, passable, active, stagnant, centerpiece, hardy.

Sense 3

breezy, Poisoned, brash, unfamiliar, unsettled, buttonhole, inventive, pacific, marine, brazen.

Sense 4

bleak, audacious, wreath, bloom, different, bold.

Sense 5

offshore, more.

Sense 6

additional, wild, Familiar, spray, bunch.

Sense 9

rough.

Sense 15

low, high.

Sense 20

heavy.

another

farther.

fresh

good.

inexperienced

beardless.

infant

newborn.

ingenuous

naive.

newest

red hot.

nutritious

healthful.

offshore

seaward.

spotless

unstained.

stifling

close.

tufted

mossy.

active (adjective)

lively.

additional (adjective)

else, renewed, added, new, other, extra, farther, more, further, another.

all (adjective)

sweet.

aware (adjective)

hip.

clean (adjective)

pristine, squeaky-clean, hygienic, sterile, straight, purity, spick-and-span, stainless, spotless, immaculate.

different (adjective)

unusual.

disrespectful (adjective)

saucy.

energetic (adjective)

active.

energetic, healthy (adjective)

blooming, alert, glowing, active, unused, good, hardy, invigorated, lively, rested, refreshed.

fashionable (adjective)

modish.

good (adjective)

unspoiled.

green (adjective)

green.

healthy (adjective)

well, healthy.

inexperienced (adjective)

untried, callow.

innocent (adjective)

unfamiliar.

insolent (adjective)

insolent.

in the beginning (adjective)

early.

juvenile (adjective)

junior, beardless, girlish.

late (adjective)

latest.

modish (adjective)

voguish.

new (adjective)

later, topical, avant-garde, Pioneering, daring, revolutionary, untried, latest, nascent, pilot, experimental, up-to-date, originality, brand-new, current, new, late-breaking, the latest, late, modern, contemporary, recent, newfound, unused, up-to-the-minute, novel, trailblazing.

new, just produced (adjective)

different, raw, latest, modern, untouched, youthful, late, unprocessed, crisp, brand-new, newfangled, newborn, natural, original, hot, immature, recent, novel, unusual, green, the latest, contemporary, current, young, up-to-date.

newfangled (adjective)

newfangled.

refreshing to the senses (adjective)

brisk, fair, bright, sweet, spanking, invigorating, clear, pure, sharp, clean, bracing, cool.

restored (adjective)

rested.

sassy, brazen (adjective)

forward, smart, flip, impudent, saucy, bold, pert, Familiar, smart-alecky, snippy, impertinent, presumptuous, cheeky, insolent, wise, rude, nervy.

self-confident (adjective)

presumptuous.

sweet (adjective)

sweet-smelling.

tufted (adjective)

mossy.

untried (adjective)

untried.

windy (adjective)

breezy.

young (adjective)

pubescent, juvenile, green, puerile, teenage, young, blooming, adolescent, immature, boyish, childish, callow, youthful, inexperienced, junior, unripe, girlish, child-like.

all (adverb)

freshly, new, newly.

Sense 2 (noun)

sharp.

Sense 5 (noun)

different, unfamiliar, unprecedented, inventive, innovative.

Sense 6 (noun)

cold.

Sense 7 (noun)

bouquet, other, buttonhole, bloom, added, full-blown, centerpiece, flowery, boutonniere, nosegay, more, additional, bunch, extra, further.

Sense 8 (noun)

breezy, blustery, unsettled, wild, glowing, peaches-and-cream, squally, windy, stormy.

impudent (noun)

rude.

inexperienced (noun)

untried.

novel (noun)

unusual, different.

refreshed (verb)

renewed.

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