It was Gurung's use of warm hues that provided a refreshing breath of air amid the mostly monochromatic palette thus far.
It was such a refreshing change from a host who tries too hard to crack jokes and rarely succeeds.
His refreshing angle is based in aw-shucks honesty and an earnest humor.
Most refreshing was the general lack of self-congratulation, even among the most accomplished writers.
That's the funny thing about fashion: I could come back six seasons from now and it would be refreshing for people to see.
The contrast is, in its way, refreshing as well as instructive.
I trust your night's repose may be restful and refreshing to you, ma'am.
Tourist (who has been refreshing himself with the Toddy of the Country).
Such unaffected simplicity and ingenuousness is most refreshing to witness.
Presently Sheepy joined him, first refreshing himself, as usual, with a long look at the snoring Weston.
1570s, present participle adjective from refresh (v.). Mental or spiritual sense is attested from 1690s. Related: Refreshingly.
refresh re·fresh (rĭ-frěsh')
v. re·freshed, re·fresh·ing, re·fresh·es
To cause to recuperate; revive.
To renew by stimulation.
To pare or scrape the edges of a wound to promote healing.