fresher fresher  /f ˈrɛ ʃər/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a first-year undergraduate

Usage(s):

  1. That makes fresher, commonsense visions like those of Peruvian economist Hernando de Soto all the more welcome.
  2. That means my perspective is fresher, more in touch with the people I will be serving.
  3. Many a musical has been fresher, cleverer, more original; several Cole Porter shows have had wittier lyrics, catchier tunes.

News

  1. Researchers: Light-dark cycles may keep foods fresher

    According to rRice University researchers, some foods have an internal clock that can keep them fresher even after harvest
    on June 21, 2013     Source: ABC 13 Houston

  2. Vernon Hills unveils new village website

    Vernon Hills will launch a new website this week, with more interactive features and timely information. “It’s a much fresher, cleaner appearance,” Assistant Village Manager John Kalmar said. “I think it will be much easier for people to use.”
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Vernon Hills Review

  3. Local fruit stands represent area well

    Why go to a supermarket for fruit when you can get it straight from the farmers? There are several fruit stands around the area that offer fruit that is fresher and tastier than what can be found at the grocery store. Sanchez Farms Fruit Yard, open...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The Porterville Recorder

Quotes

  1. "Seems like I was two years outside of competition. I was two months," Nadal said. "I'm fresher than ever in this tournament. I don't know if this fresher is good but I'm fresh."
    on Sep 2, 2009 By: Rafael Nadal Source: AFP

  2. "Serena was a bit fresher," Kuznetsova said. "In the end she was moving well and serving incredibly hard."
    on Apr 3, 2008 By: Svetlana Kuznetsova Source: Washington Post

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