fresh out of/from


: having recently left or come from (a place, such as a school)
new employees fresh out of college
a young doctor fresh from medical school

Examples of fresh out of/from in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web After a few days of teasing us with street style appearances around New York City (with Vetements’s Guram Gvasalia), this evening’s reveal was fresh out of the shower. Margaux Anbouba, Vogue, 8 May 2024 Brooks, fresh out of Texas, had a remarkable season cut a few games short after tearing his ACL. Alex Zietlow, Charlotte Observer, 6 May 2024 Most Popular Skin Megan Fox Had a Lot to Say About the Cosmetic Procedures She's Had Done Me circa 2008, probably fresh out of a tanning bed. Kara Nesvig, Allure, 21 Mar. 2024 That would likely require paying people fresh out of school the same as people with ten years or more experience, which would run contrary to standard labor market practices. Stuart Anderson, Forbes, 22 Feb. 2024 For most, starting a career in your early 20s fresh out of college, the pressure is on. Sheryl Estrada, Fortune, 6 Mar. 2024 Karan Anand joined Byju’s sales team in 2019 fresh out of college. Pallavi Pundir, Fortune Asia, 1 Mar. 2024 Saul Dreier, fresh out of rehab after hip surgery, was ready for an interview, and the 99-year-old showed it by diving right into the story, one he's told many times. Phaedra Trethan, USA TODAY, 24 Feb. 2024 Reporters fresh out of college learned to high-tail it to a fire or shooting; to buttonhole officials before and after public meetings; to take notes in pencil outdoors in winter, because ink congeals in the cold; and to meet deadlines and word limits. Daniel Golden, ProPublica, 14 Oct. 2023

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“Fresh out of/from.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 13 Jun. 2024.

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