fresh as a daisy

Definition of fresh as a daisy

  1. :  very fresh :  not at all tired She always seems to be (as) fresh as a daisy.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  having its original qualities unimpaired: such as

    :  full of or renewed in vigor :  refreshed

    :  not stale, sour, or decayed

  1. :  just recently :  newly

  1. :  an increased flow or rush (as of water) :  freshet

    :  a stream, spring, or pool of freshwater

  1. :  a composite plant (as of the genera Bellis or Chrysanthemum) having a flower head with well-developed ray flowers usually arranged in one or a few whorls: such as

    :  a low European herb (Bellis perennis) with white or pink ray flowers —called also English daisy

    :  a leafy-stemmed perennial herb (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) with long white ray flowers and a yellow disk that was introduced into the U.S. from Europe —called also oxeye daisy

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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