Fresh [adjective]

Definition of Fresh:

new, just produced

Opposite/Antonyms of Fresh:

Sentence/Example of Fresh:

Analysis done by the Economic Innovation Group estimates this legislation can transform more than $6 trillion of unrealized capital gains into fresh funding nationwide.

Bri Jones contributed vital rebounding and finishing as starting center, Natisha Hiedeman’s work as backup point guard helped keep starter Jasmine Thomas fresh, and the Sun have found an equilibrium that makes them scary.

By doing so, I was able to bring new, fresh perspectives and networks to the table that will ultimately help Topicals be successful.

With traditional sports stalled or… er, different, esports and gaming in general have given folks a fresh way to enjoy competition.

You can see a state-by-state and race-by-race breakdown here, where the model will update daily with the freshest data.

The city and San Diego Gas & Electric signed these agreements nearly 50 years ago – it’s time for a fresh start.

As recently as mid-week, the S&P and Nasdaq were notching fresh all-time highs, and then the bottom fell out.

After almost 80 years of suckling the proverbial teat that brings fresh water from the Colorado River and Sierra Nevadas to San Diego, the local water manager is hatching a plan to unlatch.

About 30 bankers at the joint venture were pushed out in July as Credit Suisse plans to recruit fresh talent, a person familiar said.

“That all had to be made, and we quite rightly don’t use fresh fur, so all the lining is ermine, and so we had to source an awful lot of approved ermine,” Roberts says.