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Definition of "freshness" []

  • Not stale or deteriorated; newly made, harvested, etc (adjective)
  • Newly acquired, created, found, etc (adjective)
  • Novel; original (adjective)
  • Latest; most recent (adjective)
  • Further; additional; more (adjective)
  • Not canned, frozen, or otherwise preserved (adjective)
  • (of water) not salt (adjective)
  • Bright or clear (adjective)
  • Chilly or invigorating (adjective)
  • Not tired; alert; refreshed (adjective)
  • Not worn or faded (adjective)
  • Having a healthy or ruddy appearance (adjective)
  • Newly or just arrived; straight (adjective)
  • Youthful or inexperienced (adjective)
  • Designating a female farm animal, esp a cow, that has recently given birth (adjective)
  • Presumptuous or disrespectful; forward (adjective)
  • Partially intoxicated; tipsy (adjective)
  • The fresh part or time of something (noun)
  • To make or become fresh; freshen (verb)
  • In a fresh manner; freshly (adverb)
  • The state or quality of being fresh. (noun)

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Use "freshness" in a sentence
  • "I just find that many of these wines pick up a certain freshness and brine from the sea air they grow so close to, which just naturally well with raw fish."
  • "Peppermint is so easy to grow (and dry) … and I have yet to try anything sold by any tea company that comes close in freshness or quality to what I am able to grow myself."
  • "Something of freshness is missing, something of quality, even when what is told is all true, interesting and useful."