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  • adj. Stale, not fresh.


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un- +‎ fresh


  • It's dispiriting that there are so many tired, "unfresh" faces running for Oliver Thomas 'City Council seat.

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  • Did not trust to use your spices because they began to look "unfresh", to say the least?

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  • Wow … no one's ever called me "unfresh" before (that means "old" right?).

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  • You've got poor old Vincent Price floating around in a toilet keg telling me about the of an unfresh bowl!

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  • In William Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying," the members of a drastically dysfunctional family are trying to get their freshly deceased matriarch to the burial ground of her side of the family, through raging flood waters, before her body gets too unfresh.

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  • I was mildly unfresh all day — and of coarse every elevator I gotted on yestiddy was teh crowded.

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  • In the 1990s, supermarket Food Lion and ABC fought for a long time over showing what footage ABC had cut out of a report that accused Food Lion of serving unfresh meat.


  • I'll write what I can, but I've been having that unfresh feeling recently and am not sure whether I can provide the dazzling political commentary to which my readers are accustomed.

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  • His coat, of tussore, was creased and unfresh, there being no Mary at hand daily to iron it out.

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  • His face, on the other hand, was sallow and unfresh; and the reddish rims of the eyes, and the coarsely self-indulgent mouth, contrasted strikingly with the general youthfulness of his appearance.

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