freshly freshly  /f ˈrɛʃ li/

Definition(s):

  1. (adv) very recently
  2. (adv) in an impudent or impertinent manner

Usage(s):

  1. Dinnertime at the Peace Hotel finds the chef, immaculate in white hat and freshly pressed apron, waiting personally on his guests.
  2. The fields were freshly plowed.
  3. Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper Directions: 1.

News

  1. Is a Rudd Revival Bad News for Aussie Stocks?

    A influential Australian poll has revealed that the country's freshly instated Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's popularity has surged, but the prospect of fresh political uncertainty paints a gloomy picture for stocks, say analysts.
    on July 2, 2013     Source: CNBC

  2. Laura enjoys freshly picked fruit at Basse’s Taste of Country Market

    Laura enjoys freshly picked fruit from Basse’s Taste of Country Market.
    on July 1, 2013     Source: FOX 6 Milwaukee

  3. Healthy Recipes with Peaches

    Does your heart begin to race when you're in the produce section and spot that freshly picked, plump and perfectly, well, peachy peach? If so, you probably understand my absolute passion for this fruit! Peaches are one of my favorite summer staples.
    on July 1, 2013     Source: U.S.News & World Report LP via Yahoo! News

Quotes

  1. At a memorial service held in New York for Bradley, Kroft told of getting more than journalism lessons from him: "I learned a lot about friendship, manners, clothes, wine, freshly cut flowers ...... and the importance of stopping and smelling them...
    on Dec 27, 2006 By: Steve Kroft Source: San Francisco Chronicle

  2. "There were girls who had scratched the side of their necks, so they were freshly bleeding when they came up to get a signature. They were like, 'We did this for you'. I didn't know what to say. 'Thank you, guys?'," Pattinson says
    on Nov 16, 2009 By: Robert Pattinson Source: Times of India

  3. "I think it's less pressure than I put on myself," Zito said. "Obviously, the circumstances are the same. It's all in how you view it. ...... It's like a freshly waxed car - the water just beads off, doesn't effect you at all. That's where...
    on Sep 2, 2007 By: Barry Zito Source: USA Today

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