fresh out of

fresh out of something

1. having just completed something We hired her fresh out of law school.
Usage notes: often said about someone who has just completed an educational program
2. having just finished or sold all of something Sorry, we're fresh out of grapefruit juice. Would you like orange juice instead?
See also: fresh, of, out

fresh out of

Also, clean out of. Recently or completely used up or unavailable. For example, Sorry, I'm fresh out of sugar and can't lend you any, or We're clean out of small change. [Colloquial; late 1800s]
See also: fresh, of, out