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- (She looks as) clear as morning roses newly washed with dew —William Shakespeare
- Fresh as a daisy —Slogan, June Dairy Products Co.
- Fresh as an unveiled statue —Henry James
- Fresh as any rose —John Lydgate
The natural association between freshness and flowers has made this simile and its variants a common expression. The daisy rivals the rose as a popular comparison.
- (Looking as) fresh as apple blossoms among the tender leaves of late spring —Frank Swinnerton
- Fresh as April grass —Karl Shapiro
- Fresh [in the face] as a rainwashed rose —Reynolds Price
- Fresh as a spring morning —Slogan, Little America frozen foods
- Fresh as hope —Susan Engberg
- Fresh as paint —Francis Edward Smedley
- Fresh as the dawn —Anon
An extension used as a slogan by Pacific Egg Producers: “Fresh as dewy dawn.”
- Fresh as the month of May —Geoffrey Chaucer
The above is modernized from, “As fresh as is the month of May.”
- Fresh as salt-drenched skin —Theodore Roethke
- Fresh as the morning —Slogan, Campbell’s corn flakes
- Fresh as the morning wind that tatters the mist —Marge Piercy
- Fresh as thyme or parsley —W. H. Auden
- Fresh as tomorrow —James G. Huneker
- Fresh as yesterday —Shelby Hearon
In Hearon’s novel, A Small Town, what’s fresh is a family feud.
- Fresh like frilled linen clean from a laundry —Virginia Woolf
|Noun||1.||freshness - the property of being pure and fresh (as if newly made); not stale or deteriorated; "she loved the freshness of newly baked bread"; "the freshness of the air revived him"|
newness - the quality of being new; the opposite of oldness
crispness - a pleasing firmness and freshness; "crispness of new dollar bills"; "crispness of fresh lettuce"
staleness - having lost purity and freshness as a consequence of aging
|2.||freshness - originality by virtue of being refreshingly novel|
originality - the quality of being new and original (not derived from something else)
|3.||freshness - an alert and refreshed state|
|4.||freshness - originality by virtue of being new and surprising|
originality - the ability to think and act independently
|5.||freshness - the trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties|