Fresh out of



Also, clean out of. Recently or completely used up or unavailable. For example, Sorry, I’m fresh out of sugar and can’t lend you any, or We’re clean out of small change. [ ; late 1800s ]

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    adjective 1. (of fish) newly migrated upstream from the sea, esp to spawn

  • Freshwater

    [fresh-waw-ter, -wot-er] /ˈfrɛʃˌwɔ tər, -ˌwɒt ər/ adjective 1. of or living in that is or not salt: freshwater fish. 2. accustomed to only, and not to the sea: a freshwater sailor. 3. small, provincial, or little known: a freshwater college. 4. Obsolete. untrained or of little experience. /ˈfrɛʃˌwɔːtə/ noun (modifier) 1. of, relating to, or […]



  • Fresh-water

    noun 1. water that does not contain a large amount of salt. 2. inland water, as ponds, lakes, or streams, that is not salt. [fresh-waw-ter, -wot-er] /ˈfrɛʃˌwɔ tər, -ˌwɒt ər/ adjective 1. of or living in that is or not salt: freshwater fish. 2. accustomed to only, and not to the sea: a freshwater sailor. […]

  • Freshwater-drum

    noun, Ichthyology. 1. an edible drum, Aplodinotus grunniens, of the fresh waters of North and Central America, sometimes reaching a weight of 60 pounds (27 kg).



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