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Freshen

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Verb

1. freshen, refresh

make (to feel) fresh

Example Sentences:
'The cool water refreshed us'

2. freshen, freshen up, refresh, refreshen

become or make oneself fresh again

Example Sentences:
'She freshened up after the tennis game'

3. freshen, refresh, refreshen

make fresh again

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Freshen

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verb
1. 
to make or become fresh or fresher
2. (often foll by up)
to refresh (oneself), esp by washing
3. (intransitive)
(of the wind) to increase
4. 
to lose or cause to lose saltiness
5. (intransitive) mainly US
a. 
(of farm animals) to give birth
b. 
(of cows) to commence giving milk after calving

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Freshen

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verb transitive
1. 
to make fresh, or vigorous, clean, etc.
verb intransitive
2. 
to become fresh
3. 
to increase in strength
said of the wind
4.  US
to begin to give milk, as a cow after having a calf

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Freshen

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v. fresh·ened, fresh·en·ing, fresh·ens
v.intr.
1. To become fresh, as in vigor or appearance: freshened up after the day's work.
2. To become brisk; increase in strength. Used of the wind.
3. To lose saltiness.
4. To calve and therefore begin to produce milk. Used of a cow.
v.tr.
1. To make fresh.
2. To add to or strengthen (a drink).

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