Tuesday, 26 January 2016



1. to make or become fresh or fresher
2. (often followed by ‘up’) . to refresh (oneself), especially by washing
3. (intr.) (of the wind) to increase
4. to lose or cause to lose saltiness
5. (intr.) (mainly US)
a. (of farm animals) to give birth
b. (of cows) to commence giving milk after calving

Stopping by
To freshen up
Away from

A freshening wind

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