afresh[ uh-fresh ]SEE DEFINITION OF afresh
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFRESH
Is not this a new form to the thought—a form which makes us feel the truth of it afresh?
A sight which roused in him afresh—on the instant—all his fiercest animosities.
At every moment of the day it delighted them afresh, its expression ever varying.
He folded her afresh in his strong embrace, and kissed her head as it lay on his breast.
All my fear of the world, and my desire to escape from it, had fallen upon me afresh.
That seemed to interest him afresh; he made her tell him all about her school-teaching.
Since then, she had reproached him afresh whenever she caught him looking at it.
Three separate times did he pull it to pieces again, to start in afresh.
I asked, and looked about me afresh to note what worshipful creature it was I had missed.
She looked at him afresh all strangely; then she threw off: "I wish I didn't adore you!"