[ UK /fɹˈɛʃən/ ]
[ US /ˈfɹɛʃən/ ]
  1. make (to feel) fresh
    The cool water refreshed us
  2. make fresh again
  3. become or make oneself fresh again
    She freshened up after the tennis game
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How To Use freshen In A Sentence

  • They asked image specialists for their ideas on how to freshen the legion's image.
  • Personally, I don't wear separates, but one can wear them occasionally to freshen their style and wardrobe, with a whole new casual yet elegant look.
  • They also rewrite the articles to freshen up the information and publish it anew, which gives them more mileage from the initial work. Just The FAQs For Authors: MaAnna Stephenson | The Creative Penn
  • But strong mints used to freshen breath bucked the trend, with a 16 per cent rise. The Sun
  • A minor shakeup of its schedules, a general freshening about the edges. Times, Sunday Times
  • Try freshening a living or family room with an elegantly skirted table.
  • To freshen the palate we finished with summer fruits in a delicate sugar basket with a strawberry coulis - a mouthwatering combination.
  • Air-fresheners mask bad smells instead of removing them.
  • We definitely felt we needed to freshen things up for this game. The Sun
  • He is already wary of the second season syndrome and the need to freshen the squad. Times, Sunday Times
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