(idiomatic) Of someone who has recently left one stage of life to begin another.
(idiomatic) Having completely exhausted one's supply of (a commodity).
Fresh-out-of Sentence Examples
"We're fresh out of everything, Xander," she replied.
I resolved to start carrying more handkerchiefs, because after the Reverend, I was fresh out of snot rags.
Fresh new carpet is truly a thing of beauty, something that you should take in before the wear and tear of daily life conspire to make it a little less bright and shiny than it is fresh out of the box.
I hope your vet is able to diagnose the cause of the sneezing because I am fresh out of ideas on that one.
Your kids are already tired of PB&J and you're fresh out of ideas.