What are the opposite words for stale?

Stale is an adjective used to describe something that is no longer fresh or has lost its flavor. Its antonyms are words that describe freshness, newness, or something that is lively and exciting. Some of the antonyms for stale are fresh, new, brisk, invigorating, lively, animated, and exciting. Fresh refers to something that has just been made or harvested and still retains its natural qualities. Brisk suggests a sense of energy and liveliness, while new implies something that has never been used or experienced before. Invigorating and lively mean something that is full of vigor, energy, or excitement, while exciting denotes something that provokes enthusiasm or interest.

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deserted, empty, imprecise.