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Definition of fresh-faced in English:

adjective

Having a clear and young-looking complexion: he looked like a fresh-faced schoolboy
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  • The Leppard boys were fresh-faced and very young.
  • I was a fresh-faced, motorcycle-riding teenager when the first one rolled off the production line back in June 1976.
  • Among those to be found celebrating Airdrie United's second division title at a quarter to five yesterday was a fresh-faced young man wearing a suit.

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