What is another word for fresh?

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(of food) Recently procured or harvested
“The supermarket chain claims to supply fresh fruits and vegetables straight from the farm.”
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(of food) Not having been processed
“I think it would be beneficial if we stuck with fresh produce rather than anything that comes in a box or a can.”
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Recently produced
“The detectives found some fresh fingerprints on the door handles.”
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Clean from having been washed
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“She put on some fresh sheets on the bed for her guests who were arriving later that day.”
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In an unmarked or unused condition
“Get a fresh sheet of paper and start taking notes while I give you instructions.”
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Unique or original in nature
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“The company believes it has come up with a fresh approach to ordering goods online.”
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Additional or supplemental
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“My husband returned from the supermarket with a fresh batch of eggs.”
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(of a person) New or inexperienced for a given role or position
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“The company has recruited some fresh trainees who have much to learn if they want to be full-fledged employees of the firm.”
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(of a person) Full of energy and vigor
“After a good night's sleep, I woke up feeling fresh and ready for the day ahead.”
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(of a colour or a person's complexion) Bright or healthy in appearance
“She returned from her summer holiday looking relaxed and fresh.”
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(of the climate) Pleasantly refreshing and cool
“The day was nice and fresh, perfect for an afternoon walk through the hills.”
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(of the wind) Cold and moderately strong in nature
“We felt the fresh wind blowing against us as we trudged forward.”
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(informal) Presumptuous, especially in a flirtatious way
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“You're looking good in a buffalo stance, but don't you get fresh with me!”
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(informal) Fashionable and in style
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“Joe Hallenbeck liked to tease Jimmy Dix about his fresh $650 leather pants.”
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Clearly visible from being recently produced
“I have some fresh coffee stains on my new, white shirt.”
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(of color) Not worn or faded
“A fresh coat of paint would serve to inject some much-needed energy into the room.”
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In good health
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Expressing or characterized by scorn or contempt
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Not having been cooked, or undercooked
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Having a lively or cheerful manner or character
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Pleasantly windy
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Characterized by a good or happy sentiment
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Not familiar with or used to
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Contrary to what is usual, traditional, or accepted
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Tending to be fanciful or inventive
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Having a sharp, pungent flavor
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Extremely pure or fresh
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In a state of comfort and relaxation
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Reliable and unfailing
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Easy to, or appropriate for, drinking
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Starting out or in the early stages of development
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Conducive to good health
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Continuing infinitely or indefinitely
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Tufted
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(of countryside) Green with grass or other rich vegetation
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Having a pleasant scent
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Ongoing, or in progress
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Producing powerful feelings or strong, clear images in the mind
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Inclined to do slightly naughty things for fun
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Being or involving the first attempt or act of its kind
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Being on friendly terms
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Simple and unpretentious
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Holding one's attention