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“A quick glance and it almost looks as new as freshish road kill.”
“I like going to the grocers and picking up freshish fruit in the winter, but I donâ€™t understand how my bananas get from Costa Rica to me while they are still greenâ€¦ but I still eat them.”
“That last day of the regattas -- a Saturday -- the wind had been almost true north, and freshish, but nothing to mention: beautiful sailing weather for the small boats.”
“Tide were agean me an 'there were a freshish breeze off t' land.”
“It is my husband' sounded foolish, sounded freshish, -- a new note.”
“Howsomever, the wind breezed up a little on the second day, and by nightfall it blew pretty freshish, with a heavyish sea on.”
“So you see, dear father and mother, (I hope now you will soon see; for, may be, if I can't get away so soon myself, I may send my papers some how; I say you will see,) that this furnishes me with a good excuse to look after my garden another time; and if the mould should look a little freshish, it won't be so much suspected.”
“Marked8 loves helping me blow money and sent me some info on a new and freshish built Teksid.”
“One little asian lady demonstrated her projectile prowess and only narrowly missed us as she stepped out onto the deck for some freshish air.”
“These fellas not only shred harder than Laird Hamilton on an 87 footer, they also smell freshish and are good lookin 'to boot!”
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