Pronunciation of Fresh
/fɹˈɛʃ/, /fɹˈɛʃ/, /f_ɹ_ˈɛ_ʃ/
Antonyms for fresh:
Synonyms for fresh:
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.
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.
energetic, healthy (adjective)
in the beginning (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.
refreshing to the senses (adjective)
sassy, brazen (adjective)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Usage examples for fresh:
- We don't want to act fresh, you know. - "Left End Edwards", Ralph Henry Barbour.
- The one was fresh and simple; the other simple but unfresh. - "Routledge's Manual of Etiquette", George Routledge.
- Ileane did not answer, but hurried to her sisters and brought back a fresh flower and a merry little bird. - "Roumanian Fairy Tales", Various Compiler: Mite Kremnitz.