from The Century Dictionary.

  • An obsolete form of fresh.


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  • Bethan Jenkins is someone who I've met during her campaigning and she is like a breath of fersh air compared to those baldy middle aged politicians with bad breth who only turn up at election times.

    Keep on Blogging, Bethan Glyn Davies 2007

  • He gave the impression of having bags of energy and loads of fersh ideas, which is what you want.

    Like a potter's vessel... slimmeroftheyea 2006


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