Synonyms and Antonyms of fresh

  1. 1 being in an original and unused or unspoiled state the restaurant uses only really fresh ingredients in all of its dishes Synonyms of fresh brand-new, mint, pristine, span-new, virgin, virginal Words Related to fresh unaltered, unblemished, unbruised, uncontaminated, undamaged, undefiled, unharmed, unhurt, unimpaired, uninjured, unmarred, unpolluted, unsoiled, unspoiled, unsullied, untainted, untouched, unworn; new, spick-and-span (or spic-and-span) Near Antonyms of fresh blemished, broken, bruised, damaged, defaced, defiled, disfigured, harmed, hurt, impaired, injured, marred, soiled, sullied, tainted; faded, shopworn, used, well-worn, worn; contaminated, polluted, spoiled; hand-me-down, second hand Antonyms of fresh stale

  2. 2 displaying or marked by rude boldness if you are fresh with the art teacher, she'll give you a detention immediately Synonyms of fresh arch, audacious, bold, bold-faced, brash, brassbound, brassy, brazen, brazen-faced, cheeky, cocksure, cocky, nervy, impertinent, impudent, insolent, sassy, saucy, wiseWords Related to fresh assertive, forward, obtrusive; audacious, defiant, disrespectful; shameless, unabashed, unblushing; bluff, blunt, curt; cute, facetious, flip, flippant, pert, smart, smart-aleck, smart-alecky; lippy, mouthyNear Antonyms of fresh demure, humble, modest; courteous, genteel, mannerly, polite, proper; deferential, respectful; abashed, ashamed, blushing, embarrassed, shamefaced; gentle, mild; inconspicuous, unobtrusiveAntonyms of fresh meek, mousy (or mousey), retiring, shy, timid

  3. 3 not known or experienced before a fresh look at the situation Synonyms of fresh new, novel, original, strange, unaccustomed, unfamiliar, unheard-of, unknown, unprecedentedWords Related to fresh innovative, unique; nontraditional, unconventional, untried, unused, unworn; pathbreaking, pioneering, trailblazingNear Antonyms of fresh conventional, established, traditional, tried, tried-and-true; derivative, imitativeAntonyms of fresh familiar, hackneyed, old, time-honored, tired, warmed-over

  4. 4 resulting in an increase in amount or number she's making fresh changes on top of the existing ones Synonyms of fresh added, another, else, farther, additional, further, more, otherWords Related to fresh accessory, adjunct, collateral, extraneous, peripheral, side, supplemental, supplementary; new; excess, extra, plus, spare, supernumerary, supervenient, surplus; complementary, contributoryNear Antonyms of fresh fewer, less

  5. 5 slang  being in the latest or current fashion those are some fresh threads you have on, man! Synonyms of fresh à la mode (also a la mode), au courant, chic, cool [slang], exclusive, fashionable, stylish [slang], happening, hip, in, modish, sharp, smart, snappy, supercool, swell, swish, trendy, voguishWords Related to fresh downtown, edgy, funky; dapper, dashing, dressy, kicky, natty, rakish, sassy, saucy, spiffy, spruce; chichi, classy, flossy, haute (also haut), nobby, posh, ritzy, soigné (or soignée), swank (or swanky); elegant, graceful, handsome, majestic, refined, sophisticated, stately, tasteful, understated; doggish, doggy, flashy, gallant; dandyish, dudish, foppish; ultrachic, ultracool, ultrahip, ultraposh, ultrasmart, ultrasophisticatedNear Antonyms of fresh cheesy, tacky, unattractive, unbecoming; graceless, inelegant, tasteless, trashy, unhandsome; frowsy (or frowzy), sloppy, slovenly, unkempt, untidy; disheveled (or dishevelled), messy, mussy, rumpled, wrinkled; shabby, sleazyAntonyms of fresh dowdy, out, outmoded, styleless, unchic, uncool, unfashionable, unmodish, unstylish

Synonym Discussion of fresh

new, novel, original, fresh mean having recently come into existence or use. new may apply to what is freshly made and unused
    • new brick
or has not been known before
    • new designs
or not experienced before.
    • starts the new job
novel applies to what is not only new but strange or unprecedented.
    • a novel approach to the problem
original applies to what is the first of its kind to exist.
    • a man without one original idea
fresh applies to what has not lost its qualities of newness such as liveliness, energy, brightness.
    • a fresh start

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