fresh and sweet

fresh and sweet

 
1. very clean and fresh smelling. Now the baby is changed and she is all fresh and sweet.
2. Inf. just out of jail. Mary is fresh and sweet and back on the street.
See also: and, fresh, sweet

fresh and sweet

mod. just out of jail. (Streets.) Hey, Lefty, you look all fresh and sweet.
See also: and, fresh, sweet
References in classic literature ?
Growing as they did, however, out of the old earth, the flowers still sent a fresh and sweet incense up to their Creator; nor could it have been the less pure and acceptable because Phoebe's young breath mingled with it, as the fragrance floated past the window.
Merrily whistled the Butcher as he jogged along, for he was going to the market, and the day was fresh and sweet, making his heart blithe within him.
The room is as fresh and sweet as a room can be,' he answered.
Yet so far are we from simplicity and independence that, in Concord, fresh and sweet meal is rarely sold in the shops, and hominy and corn in a still coarser form are hardly used by any.
The little room was cooler now, and the air blew in fresh and sweet.
Only the flowers hung dead in their vases; everything else was fresh and sweet and dainty.