English version

freshly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfreshlyfresh‧ly /ˈfreʃli/ ●●○ adverb   freshly ground/picked/made etc
Examples from the Corpus
freshlyEven a freshly conceived joke to ease the pain.Add one clove of freshly crushed garlic.Cut off the bottom of the stem and look at the freshly cut end.Someone had placed a bunch of freshly cut roses on her desk.They gave off a pungent, horsey smell, as if freshly cut.Infidelity had become freshly dangerous, potentially much more lethal to a marriage than adultery had been previously.In freshly felled wood the moisture content varies but may be over 100 percent of the weight of the dry wood substance.Flavour your mulled wine with freshly grated spice.freshly ground black pepperThere's a pot of freshly made coffee on the kitchen table.Each boat had been freshly painted in bright colours for the occasion, and beside them stood their sinewy weather-beaten owners.At the beginning of term the school looked bright and clean with its freshly painted walls and polished floors.The two girls were dressed in freshly pressed dresses.
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