Fresh


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fresh

[fresh]
(geology)
Unweathered in reference to a rock or rock surface.
(meteorology)
Pertaining to air which is stimulating and refreshing.

Fresh

(language)


["Fresh: A Higher-Order Language Based on Unification", G. Smolka, in Logic Programming: Functions, Relations and Equations", D. DeGroot et al, P-H 1986, pp. 469-524].
References in classic literature ?
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.
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.
It was almost fresh and tasted better than anything Dorothy had eaten in the town.
She had not noticed any ovens in the town, but they might be there, nevertheless, for some of the inhabitants seemed very fresh.
He felt the fresh air, the first sunbeam--and now he was out in the courtyard.
Why must I lie here, while my kindred are out in the pleasant fields, enjoying the sunlight and the fresh air, and cruel hands have doomed me to this dark place and bitter pain when I have done no wrong?
At Selkirk, the old team of dogs, fresh and in condition, were harnessed, and the same day saw Daylight plodding on, alternating places at the gee-pole, as a matter of course, with the Le Barge Indian who had volunteered on the way out.
Willie's silent weeping turned to noise, and the two little girls, with the fresh ribbons in their hair, joined him.
After he had dried himself with the soft towels he went into the dressing-room and took fresh linen from the drawers and put it on, finding that everything fitted him exactly.
Our neighbours burned off their pasture before the new grass made a start, so that the fresh growth would not be mixed with the dead stand of last year.
Yet, I think, none treated him better than a dog, unless it was Ben Gunn, who was still terribly afraid of his old quartermaster, or myself, who had really something to thank him for; although for that matter, I suppose, I had reason to think even worse of him than anybody else, for I had seen him meditating a fresh treachery upon the plateau.