What is the opposite of worn?

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Adjective
Opposite of physically tired or exhausted
Adjective
Opposite of damaged and shabby as a result of much use
Adjective
Opposite of dressed in old or worn clothes
Adjective
Opposite of lean and wrinkled by shrinkage as from age or illness
Adjective
Opposite of feeling tired, fatigued or weary
“They were untired because they had no exercise, but their strength had been sadly impaired by insufficient food.”
Adjective
Opposite of worn out, hackneyed
Adjective
Opposite of exhausted
Adjective
Opposite of having an irregular or uneven surface, edge, or outline
Adjective
Opposite of looking exhausted, stressed, or poor in condition
Adjective
Opposite of of root, too deep to remove
Adjective
Opposite of having an edge or point that is not sharp
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to clothe oneself, or be clothed in, a given dress or garment
“He had to remove his shirt to get all the blood off and by the time he was finished he was freezing.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to carry, or be carrying, something
“The hostage negotiator attempted to convince Penley to drop his weapon and surrender without success.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to damage, erode, or destroy by friction or use
“A good wax will easily last eight to ten months on a car that will protect the paint from external elements like scratches, dust, and contaminants.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to cause to become tired, weary or fatigued
“Joe's enthusiasm, intelligence, and down-to-earth manner have combined to energize and inspire me.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to irk or cause exasperation to
“Always beside me by night and by day should I wish to murmur or complain, her gentle voice would calm me again.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to withstand continued use or life in a specified way
“Wood systems are heavier than plastic, and the wood will eventually deteriorate.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to tolerate, endure or put up with (something)
“On the contrary, the federal regulations, and the ethical principles on which they rest, would seem to disallow such behavior.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to exhibit or present (a particular facial expression or appearance)
“He checked both Tony and Paul to see how they were doing, noting that Tony was trying to conceal a smile behind a hand held to his mouth.”
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