Definition of Freshened

1. Verb. (past of freshen) ¹



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Definition of Freshened

1. freshen [v] - See also: freshen

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Freshened

fresh fish
fresh food
fresh foods
fresh frozen plasma
fresh gale
fresh legs
fresh meat
fresh off the boat
fresh out of
fresh start
fresh water
freshe
freshed
freshen
freshen up
freshened (current term)
freshener
fresheners
freshening
freshenings
freshens
fresher
freshers
freshers' week
freshes
freshest
freshet
freshets
freshie
freshies

Literary usage of Freshened

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1. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart by John Gibson Lockhart (1837)
"... or with walking under propitious circumstances, yet as he was rolled along to Melrose, or Bowhill, or Yair, his spirits always freshened ; the air, ..."

2. Hispanic Anthology by Thomas Walsh (1920)
"But soon the heavy veil is swept away By rains, and clear again the morning shines With gladness full-renewed across the skies; Marking the freshened ..."

3. Beowulf by Julius Zupitza (1882)
"16 sa in sare not freshened up || ge (with another ink A) AB ; now gone. 16 the traces of three letters between p and nat justify us in reading egn ..."

4. The Alphabet of Rhetoric: With a Chapter on Elocution; Intended as a by Rossiter Johnson (1903)
"... 'Twas the hour when rites unholy Called each Paynim voice to prayer, And the star that faded slowly Left to dews the freshened air. ..."

5. Choice Literature: A Monthly Magazine (1885)
"I started ti-om Alton on foot, about eleven in the morning, the day being all that could be desired—a cloudless blue sky, the air freshened and nothing more ..."

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