Definition of Stay fresh

1. Verb. Fail to spoil or rot. "This food does stay fresh well "; "These potatoes keep for a long time"

Exact synonyms: Keep
Generic synonyms: Remain, Rest, Stay
Related verbs: Keep, Preserve



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stay Fresh

staving
stavudine
stavudines
staw
stawed
stawing
staws
stay
stay-at-home
stay-at-home(a)
stay at
stay at home
stay away
stay behind
stay fresh (current term)
stay in
stay in place
stay of execution
stay off
stay on
stay over
stay put
stay the course
stay the distance
stay the night
stay together
stay tuned
stay up
stayaway

Literary usage of Stay fresh

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Bound for Good Health: A Collection of Age PagesMe (1993)
"Buy enough fresh fruits and vegetables to last only a few days. They will lose their freshness and some nutrients if stored too long. Meat will stay fresh ..."

2. Outlines of Botany for the High School Laboratory and Classroom by Robert Greenleaf Leavitt, Charles Herbert Clark, Mrs. Sophia M'Ilvaine (Bledsoe) Herrick, Asa Gray (1885)
"Some of them droop and fade very quickly in water, but others stay fresh for a long time, and make a beautiful bouquet of themselves, or with bright autumn ..."

3. Bulletin of Pharmacy (1910)
"Oranges, pineapples, lemons, bananas, etc., are very ornamental, and will stay fresh for a reasonable length of time. Some of the most tempting displays of ..."

4. The Amenities of Book-collecting and Kindred Affections by Alfred Edward Newton (1918)
"It lilted along very nicely; but I remark that books stay old, indeed get older, and flowers do not stay fresh: a little too much rain, a little too much ..."

5. The Amenities of Book-Collecting and Kindred Affections by Alfred Edward Newton (1918)
"It lilted along very nicely; but I remark that books stay old, indeed get older, and flowers do not stay fresh: a little too much rain, a little too much ..."

6. Personal Hygiene by Frank Overton (1913)
"Food which is protected from molds and bacteria will stay fresh for a long time. Living germs do not grow readily when they are cold. ..."

7. Home Chefs of the World: Rice and Rice-based Recipes by Inderjeet K. Virmani (1991)
"It will stay fresh for months. 14. To prevent a vegetable salad from becoming soft when it has to stand for a few hours, place a saucer upside down at the ..."

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