Brisk; vigorous; unfatigued: He arrived back fresh as a daisy before their fax came through (1815+)
Well rested, energetic, as in I’m finally over my jet lag and feel fresh as a daisy. This simile may allude to the fact that a daisy’s petals fold at night and open in the morning. [ Late 1700s ]
noun, Meteorology. 1. a wind of 19–24 miles per hour (9–11 m/sec). Compare 1 (def 2). noun 1. a fairly strong breeze of force five on the Beaufort scale
[fresh] /frɛʃ/ adjective, fresher, freshest. 1. newly made or obtained: fresh footprints. 2. recently arrived; just come: fresh from school. 3. new; not previously known, met with, etc.; novel: to uncover fresh facts; to seek fresh experiences. 4. additional or further: fresh supplies. 5. not salty, as water. 6. retaining the original properties unimpaired; not […]
[fresh-uh n] /ˈfrɛʃ ən/ verb (used with object) 1. to make ; refresh, revive, or renew: We need a good rain to freshen the flowers. 2. to remove saltiness from. 3. Nautical. to preserve (a rope in use) from prolonged friction or concentrated stress on any one part. verb (used without object) 4. to become […]
[fresh-uh-ner] /ˈfrɛʃ ə nər/ noun 1. something that or refreshens: An air freshener cleared the room of stale odors. 2. a soothing skin lotion. 3. a beverage that makes the drinker feel refreshed.