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afresh

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishafresha‧fresh /əˈfreʃ/ adverb  AGAINif you do something afresh, you do it again from the beginning syn anew He moved to America to start afresh.
Examples from the Corpus
afreshEverything is progressing, yet everything has to be begun afresh.Only if the loudspeaker starts singing a new song will her soliciting start afresh.Our mountains and rivers begin life afresh.Seen in this light, and in the light of what he had now told me, I studied him afresh.We're going to start afresh.She begged him to stay so that they could start life afresh as a family.They see the world afresh, not necessarily the way others believe it to be.start afreshHe would return to such motifs again and again over the years, overworking an existing drawing or destroying and starting afresh.Once he was out of this mess, they could start afresh.Only if the loudspeaker starts singing a new song will her soliciting start afresh.We're going to start afresh.We had not finished the war, but had to go back to Virginia and start afresh.Analysts think Boeing will most likely start afresh and come up with a real rival early in 2002.It can not have been easy for a man in his fifties to start afresh as an instrument-maker in London.I wanted everything to start afresh between you and me.
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