fresh-faced


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Related to fresh-faced: boon, perseverance, incremental

fresh-faced

adj
1. having a healthy or ruddy appearance
2. having an air of youthfulness or inexperience
Translations

fresh-faced

[ˈfreʃfeɪst] ADJ
1. (= youthful-looking) → lozano, saludable
2. (= inexperienced) → sin experiencia, nuevo

fresh-faced

adjjung aussehend; a fresh-faced young manein junger Mann mit frischem Gesicht
References in classic literature ?
All three wore suits of thin silver gray (their best gowns for the summer), with blush roses in hair and bosom, and all three looked just what they were, fresh-faced, happy-hearted girls, pausing a moment in their busy lives to read with wistful eyes the sweetest chapter in the romance of womanhood.
Tell me, master Aylward," cried a young fresh-faced archer at the further end of the room, "what was this great battle about?
The quick tap of feet behind him made him turn in time to see a fresh-faced little girl running down the long station, and looking as if she rather liked it.
Bayham Badger himself was a pink, fresh-faced, crisp-looking gentleman with a weak voice, white teeth, light hair, and surprised eyes, some years younger, I should say, than Mrs.
Before her busy life as a broadcast journalist and eventually a public servant, Senator Loren Legarda was once a fresh-faced teenage beauty that debuted into the scene as a model of a skin care product in a print ad.
Along with Yulia's fresh-faced energy, they're the biggest selling point of this attraction.
Fresh-faced Germany were made to work harder than expected in their 3-2 victory over Australia in their Confederations Cup Group B debut on Monday with the world champions' young squad still adjusting to tournament life.
The Material Girl has certainly proved she has skin in the game aged 58 Madonna hopes to be vote winner aged 44 Gwyneth Paltrow's fresh-faced look
Meanwhile, wife Alex was also looking fresh-faced as she visited a nonsurgical skin clinic in Liverpool's Rodney Street before their trip over the Atlantic.
Instead of looking like the fresh-faced actress that she was in the first "Bridget Jones" movie, her face looks taut.
BUNTON EMMA Bunton is the picture of fresh-faced beauty, as she takes her place beside Scary Spice Mel B for the Judges' Houses stage of The X Factor.
KATE MOSS dazzled in an LBD, TULISA looked fresh-faced and SADIE FROST was a tad blearyeyed later.