Definition of fresh air
: relating to a movement, place, or activity providing rural or outdoor facilities (as for health or recreation) especially for underprivileged children a fresh air farm for convalescent children — M. V. Merrick fresh air work — J. T. McDonnell
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Origin and Etymology of fresh air
from fresh air (noun phrase)
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