Meaning of freshness in English:


Pronunciation /ˈfrɛʃnəs/

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mass noun
  • 1(with reference to food) the state of being recently made or obtained or not having decayed.

    ‘the restaurant's selling point is the freshness of its ingredients’
    • ‘Each package carries a freshness guarantee with a boldly stamped expiration date.’
    • ‘The survey found freshness was one of the most important product attributes to beef consumers.’
    • ‘The cooperative claims this freshness gives its products a special flavor.’
    • ‘This ensures the freshness of the juice, which is not refrigerated.’
    • ‘Not only do they get freshness that they can't find anywhere else, they can't find the variety, either.’
    • ‘Freshness demands that you get your products to customers immediately.’
    • ‘Today, properly refrigerated yogurt maintains freshness for many days.’
    • ‘The bars are made by processing pears into puree and concentrate to capture their freshness and flavor.’
    • ‘These same UV rays destroy the freshness that gives milk its great taste.’
    • ‘Variety and freshness are also virtues of farmers' markets.’
  • 2The quality of being pleasantly new or different.

    ‘he brings freshness to a familiar story’
    • ‘the commentary should display freshness of insight’
    • ‘Consulting and sabbatical leaves can bring new skills and freshness to teaching, research, and service programs.’
    • ‘The developers were attracted to the quality and freshness of the European-design work.’
    • ‘It was a varied show, not necessarily grouped thematically, but this was a quality which gave it its freshness, showcasing each artist's work as a separate experience.’
    • ‘He harks back to his earlier manner, and captures all the awe and freshness of seeing a view for the first time.’
    • ‘The freshness and originality that individual collectors bring to a museum is a quality that is especially valuable.’
    • ‘We felt her work conveyed freshness and ingenuity, and the works she's created for the show celebrate all that we love about New York.’
    • ‘The gallery director hopes to bring freshness to the art world by introducing some of his new painters in February.’
    • ‘What similarities there are lie in the sense of freshness and newness.’
    • ‘The script's shortcomings aren't enough to completely sink the premise's freshness.’
    • ‘Of course, like any sequel, some of the freshness has disappeared with the passing years.’
    1. 2.1The state of being recently created or experienced and not faded or impaired.
      ‘the freshness of the memory’
      • ‘Occasionally we'll do a mailing, but we like the freshness of being able to move it out electronically, especially to people we're seeing soon.’
      • ‘I like this POW book because of the freshness of the account—although it was first published in 1999, the colonel wrote his memoirs in 1949.’
      • ‘The price of the debt is often driven by the freshness of the account data, whether or not there are applications and original documents available.’
      • ‘There is nothing the matter with the freshness of the account and her unceasing love for Kierkegaard.’
      • ‘His short reminiscence was written immediately after his return in 1810 and retains the freshness of his memory.’
      • ‘As each day passes, the freshness of the memories are fading.’
      • ‘The freshness of the telling and the captivating allure of the poetic text will put this on your list of books to be shared, and soon.’
      • ‘The longer the time elapsed, the less likely that the informant has retained freshness of recollection or can offer new information.’
      • ‘Perhaps it was the freshness of her memories, or the part of him that seemed to stay within her, ever since they met at the well.’
      • ‘The longing for things past is quelled by the freshness of the moment.’
    2. 2.2The quality of being attractively youthful and unspoilt.
      ‘he has the enthusiasm and freshness of youth’
      • ‘All the hype of the buildup convinced them that the freshness of youth would sweep away cobwebs of doubt.’
      • ‘She has retained the freshness of face that was there at her debut recital, which was reflected in her enthusiasm, both being complementary to each other.’
      • ‘Youth is not a time of life; it is a state of mind; it is the freshness of the deep springs of life.’
      • ‘I would like to recapture that freshness of vision which is characteristic of extreme youth when all the world is new to it.’
      • ‘The freshness, the temperament, the will of a baby a few months old!’
      • ‘I perceived a real feeling of health, strength, and freshness of youth, happiness and joy of life, repose and peace of the soul.’
      • ‘Our spa facials will leave you with clean skin that glows with the freshness of youth.’
      • ‘A new year has sprung with all the vigor and freshness of youth.’
      • ‘All ages are welcome, bringing the freshness of youth, and the experience of the elders.’
      • ‘It is our newness, our wholesomeness—the freshness of youth—which makes us able to look ahead even when there seems to be nothing to look forward to.’
  • 3Energy and vigour.

    ‘his freshness, passion, and focus got him cast in leading roles’
    • ‘He's got that freshness about him, that eager movement and the urge to go forward.’
    • ‘He is now 74 years old, though his age bears no relation to his fitness and his freshness.’
    • ‘He was told to change his training program to ensure maximum freshness and fitness for this series.’
    • ‘His prison sentence seems to have given him a new freshness—he is now doing his best to stay out of trouble and let his football do the talking.’
    • ‘This production is not the work of one's dreams, but it has a freshness and gaiety that puts many other musicals to shame.’
    • ‘They bring freshness, immediacy, and spontaneity to Wilde's faintly arthritic society drama, which opened 110 years ago.’
    • ‘It has the musical scope of somebody in their early twenties, but the freshness and spunk of a teenager, which is quite remarkable.’
    • ‘There is an energetic freshness to this orchestral music that will resonate with those already familiar with Copland’s works.’
    • ‘Her mood changed from one of weary dejection to one of vigorous freshness.’
    • ‘It’s true I would have preferred more physical freshness in the second half, but football is played with a certain mentality—they protected the lead and won the match.’
    1. 3.1Brightness or healthiness of complexion or appearance.
      ‘she has retained the freshness of face that was there at her debut’
      • ‘the frescoes still retain their freshness and colour’
      • ‘He described a group of young women whose freshness is a sign of health and well-being, breast-feeding beautiful children, rocking them to sleep singing a lullaby.’
      • ‘The annual nasturtium Tropaeolum majus growing in rich soil will swamp a border if you are not careful, but when controlled it has an incredible freshness.’
      • ‘Toners are applied in order to remove the dirt and give freshness to the skin.’
      • ‘Tomato is also a great tonic for skin freshness.’
      • ‘Skin freshness tips for your fifties are here.’
      • ‘Diet can play a major role in imparting glow and freshness to your skin.’
      • ‘Here you will find some masks for freshness and lighter pores.’
      • ‘Keep the freshness and vitality of your skin in the winter.’
      • ‘If you are looking for the fastest way to restore freshness and vitality to your skin, all you need is a cube of ice and a piece of clean cloth.’
      • ‘This 10-minute mask gives an invigorating glow of freshness to lifeless sallow skin.’
  • 4(with reference to wind) the quality of being cool and fairly strong.

    ‘the freshness of the wind with its cooling air’
    • ‘This great annual event is as old as the town itself, popping up each year with the freshness of a spring breeze and never seeming to age.’
    • ‘Not only do they feel the wind's freshness, but they actually experience a myriad of sensations through their olfactory receptors.’
    • ‘Nature's peace, storm's energy, Wind's freshness, will flow in you Like sun in tall trees.’
    • ‘The moon’s brightness and the wind’s freshness provide the setting for peaceful thought, far from the cares of the city.’
    • ‘She shut her eyes, enjoying the pleasure of wind's freshness and the warm air around her.’
    • ‘The wind's freshness was warming my frozen body and cooling my heated eyes.’
    • ‘It represents my own beginning in creation—soft flowers, lingering freshness of the wind, modern but also elegant.’
    • ‘Depending on your location, the freshness of the wind and fertile earth can help you connect on a deeper level with nature.’
    • ‘While you’re crossing this beautiful site, you’re sharing the place with the iguanas, the freshness of the wind, and the magical sounds of the crashing waves.’
    • ‘The vastness of the sky, the freshness of the wind, the unending motion of the sea. .. a million worlds away from concrete jungles and high-tech lifestyles.’
    1. 4.1The quality of being pleasantly clean and cool.
      ‘the minty freshness of toothpaste’
      • ‘Add one quarter cup of baking soda to your washer for additional freshness.’
      • ‘The emphasis in the advertising was on overall cleanliness, freshness, and smelling nice.’
      • ‘Usually at this time of year, we'd be enjoying the bleak weather for its freshness and clarity.’
      • ‘The owner managed to create such a soothing little sanctuary of outdoorsy freshness with so few touches.’
      • ‘Silky and satiny in the mouth, and bursting with freshness and a finish that lingers on.’
      • ‘You can close your eyes and feel the coolness of the water against your face, smell the freshness through your nostrils, and hear the magic of Mother Nature at work.’
      • ‘White, in this season, is a color of newness, of freshness.’
      • ‘Dogs, cats, birds, people—all of us live for the freshness that pervades the hill around midnight.’
      • ‘Yet we do not own the freshness of the air or the sparkle of the water.’
      • ‘It made me wonder how they were able to control it—the air and its freshness.’