Having its original qualities; unimpaired in vigor or purity; not weakened, faded, tainted, or decayed; not stale or worn: as, a fresh voice; a fresh complexion; events still fresh in the memory; to keep meat or flowers fresh.Of unimpaired physical or mental condition; having full natural vigor, activity, beauty, bloom, etc.; hearty; sound; brisk; lively.In a refreshed condition; freshened; reinvigorated; strengthened or purified: as, the troops were now fresh for action; to put on fresh linen.New; recent; novel; newly produced, obtained, occurring, arriving, etc.: as, coins fresh from the mint; a fresh coat of paint; fresh tidings; a fresh misfortune; to take a fresh sheet of paper.Hence Unpractised; untried; inexperienced; unsophisticated: as, a fresh hand on a ship; a fresh youth.Cool; refreshing; invigorating; imparting strength or refreshment; in nautical language, moderately strong or brisk: as, a draught of fresh water; a breath of fresh air; a fresh breeze.Not salt, salted, or pickled; not brackish: as, fresh meat or codfish; fresh water.Bright; brilliant.Tipsy.Sober; not tipsy.Verdant and conceited; presuming through ignorance and conceit; forward; officious. Compare cool.Open; not frosty.Novel, Recent, etc. See new.Untrained, unskilled, raw.n. A flood; a stream in overflow; an inundation; a freshet.n. Figuratively, a flood or rush of persons.n. A spring or brook of fresh water; a small tributary stream.n. A stream or current of fresh water running into tide-water.n. The mingling of fresh water with salt in rivers or bays, or the increased current of an ebb-tide caused by a great volume of fresh water flowing into the sea.n. Open weather; a day of open weather; a thaw.n. A freshman.Freshly.To refresh.To grow fresh; freshen.Noting a cow that has recently given birth to a calf.