from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Recently, newly.
- adv. In a rude or impertinent manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a fresh manner; vigorously; newly, recently; brightly; briskly; coolly
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a fresh manner; so as to be fresh; anew; newly; recently.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an impudent or impertinent manner
- adv. very recently
Instead of netting the expected two grand, the thieves find themselves holding $750,000 in freshly laundered money.
Bailey says more than good taste is involved in freshly made fries.
WASHINGTON The garden is planted; the seeds are stirring in freshly turned soil.
I bring in freshly made bakery doughnuts – Custard, Jelly and sometimes Caramel – every Chanukah.
Although I can not indulge in freshly manicured acrylic nails, or maybe because of it, my nails grow on their own and look healthy and strong.
I think she would put the frozen fillings unthawed in freshly made crust and bake a bit longer.
Since I started making my own corn tortillas, I have noticed that all of my Mexican and Tex Mex recipes taste better; the corn flavor in freshly made tortillas is so superior, I cannot imagine going back to the store bought kind.
Dad and I would visit nearby Freeport NY, and stop by the restaurants and fish markets of the mile-long wharf to see fish hauled freshly from the local waters.
One of my absolute favourite things is to put on clothes that are still warm, or better yet, to sleep in freshly clean sheets that have just come off the washing line, dried by the sun.
It's funny, but one of the things I arm myself with before I go to any pitch or formal bid (apart from the usual designs, rationales, mock-ups, power points and show materials) is a brain freshly infused in local political happenings as well as the most sordid celebrity tabloid scandals I can get my hands on.