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freshen

(frĕsh′ən)
v. fresh·ened, fresh·ening, fresh·ens
v.intr.
To calve and therefore begin to produce milk. Used of a cow.

fresh′en·er n.
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"It was the one we'd need to freshen it up away from home as well and I don't think the surface is great there at the moment.
"We've freshened up the show since our last time round and we are excited to get to play some of our new songs alongside some of the favourites."
Freshen Up will also be the musician's first outing following the release of his new studio album Egypt Station, which is due to be unveiled on September 7.
Hill is confident the moves have freshened things up already for Dale - whose game against Southend on Saturday was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at the Crown Oil Arena.
It freshens up dull hair and gives it extra body and shine.
Wings Of Desire, who was between a 10-1 and 14-1 shot for the Ladbrokes st Leger on saturday, will miss the race and is to be freshened up for a late autumn campaign, writes David Milnes.
Pulis has to freshen up his goalscoring options and is planning on Saido Berahino remaining at Albion, despite his agent, Aidy Ward, seemingly having a strong desire to entice him to one of the big boys.
Freshen up: See your GP for a urine test, particularly if you have excessive thirst, extreme tiredness, unexplained weight loss and the need to pass urine more frequently.
Freshen up: No amount of brushing, flossing or mouthwash can get rid of this particular smell, so you might want to reintroduce more carbs into your diet.
I TRIED the lozenges, which promise to freshen breath and give a dry mouth a speedy moisture boost (seven max per day).
Well, when you feel the need to freshen your breath, do you pop one Tic Tac or two?