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fresh as a daisy

This page is about the idiom fresh as a daisy.

Meaning: If you feel as fresh as a daisy, you feel energetic and lively.

For example:

  • I might look awful first thing in the morning, but after a cup of tea and a bit of meditation I'm as fresh as a daisy.

  • George looked terrible when he got to work, so Annie said, "Fresh as a daisy this morning, are we?" and George just grunted.

Quick Quiz:

My grandma said, "I might be ninety years old, but I still feel as fresh as a daisy." She

a. feels much younger

b. looks much older

c. sounds much wiser

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Contributor: Matt Errey