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*fresh (with someone)

overly bold or impertinent with someone. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) When I tried to kiss Mary, she slapped me and shouted, "Don't get fresh with me!" I can't stand people who get fresh.

fresh

1. mod. cheeky; impudent. Ken sure is fresh sometimes.
2. mod. a little aggressive sexually; prone to caress too eagerly. Hey, buster! Don’t get fresh with me!
3. mod. cool; okay. That stuff’s really fresh. It’s a winner.
4. mod. good-looking. Tom is fresh and buff.
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The fresh wind bore them gently on, and soon they stood again beside the brook, whose waves danced brightly as if to welcome them.
When I had taken the copy, I rubbed out the marks, but, two mornings later, a fresh inscription had appeared.
If you will kindly step round with me, we shall see what fresh evidence the garden has to offer.
She had not noticed any ovens in the town, but they might be there, nevertheless, for some of the inhabitants seemed very fresh.
The room is as fresh and sweet as a room can be,' he answered.
Having given that advice, he returned to his room, and shut out the horrid fresh air with a loud exclamation of relief.
On opening the Standard, however, I found that there was a fresh allusion to the business.
I wonder what the fresh clue may be; though it seems to be a stereotyped form whenever the police have made a blunder.
Rejoice in thy vigorous growth, and in the fresh life that moveth within thee
He felt the fresh air, the first sunbeam--and now he was out in the courtyard.
The immense stretch of meadow had been mown and was sparkling with a peculiar fresh brilliance, with its lines of already sweet-smelling grass in the slanting rays of the evening sun.
The dew was falling by now; the mowers were in the sun only on the hillside, but below, where a mist was rising, and on the opposite side, they mowed into the fresh, dewy shade.
The sight was good to her, nor did she under-appraise the lines of the slender ankle above the low tan tie nor did she under-appraise the delicate yet mature swell of calf outlined in the fresh brown of a new cotton stocking.
However, we got well in again, though with a great deal of labour and some danger; for the wind began to blow pretty fresh in the morning; but we were all very hungry.
Ah, Rodion Romanovitch," he added suddenly, "what all men need is fresh air, fresh air .