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Definition of semi-fresh



  • quality of having inner understanding and self-respect for one's own clothing style. Usually characterized by sub-formal wear such as a suit coat and a t-shirt with blue jeans and non-dress shoes.
    Chad is looking rather semi-fresh today; he must have achieved his inner style understanding.

    Last edited on Feb 23 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 23 2011.

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