- v. idiomatic, informal To flirt.
“Grandmomma told me that one day, a customer tried to get fresh with my momma, who slapped him silly across the face with one of those raw steaks.”
“There was some hitch about getting fresh beef for General Halleck's mess, and as by this time everybody had come to look to me for anything and everything in the way of comfort, Colonel Joe McKibben brought an order from the General for me to get fresh beef for the headquarters mess.”
“I know that a number of prisoners fell into the enemy's hands who did not belong to my command: such as cavalrymen on details to get fresh horses, soldiers on leave of absence, conscripts on special details, citizens not in the service, men employed in getting supplies for the departments, and stragglers and deserters from other commands.”
“The Copeleys lived at the northern end of the San Fernando Valley, They could get fresh corn and tomatoes, and almonds, and oranges.”
“Crozie and Manuv have gone off with Latie and the young ones to get fresh pine boughs to make the baths smell nice.”
“Carme agreed to stop by the house where Ferran was staying so he could get fresh clothes.”
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From the novel by William Lindsay Gresham
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