As fresh as a daisy – English Idiom – Online English Lessons

To be as fresh as a daisy means to feel well rested, alert and full of energy.

It can also be used to describe someone who looks bright, attractive and full of energy.

Examples of use:

1. I had a lovely night’s sleep last night and I feel fresh as fresh as a daisy this morning.

2. She arrived in New York after a long tiring flight, but she looked as fresh as a daisy.

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