fresh out of/from

idiom

: 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 The pair said that customers often come in the shop just for the smell of baked goods fresh out of the oven. Stephen Underwood, Hartford Courant, 24 May 2024 Massive pots of purple borscht are simmering, sizzling potato pancakes come fresh out of the fryer. Rob Ledonne, Vogue, 21 June 2024 Though the angsty teenagers who remember buying the band’s CDs have now joined the world of adult jobs and families, what hasn’t changed are the timeless hits and the band’s sense of humor — which still feels fresh out of middle school. Patrick Connolly, Orlando Sentinel, 21 June 2024 Moore, fresh out of rehab, was trailed by a sobriety coach 24/7 on set. Tatiana Siegel, Variety, 13 June 2024 See all Example Sentences for fresh out of/from 

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“Fresh out of/from.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fresh%20out%20of%2Ffrom. Accessed 18 Jul. 2024.

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