New

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Definition

new: recent, modern, unused, opposite of old
adjective
Is that a new dress you're wearing? I haven't seen it before.
newest the latest, the most up-to-date, recent or modern

Examples

  • "Congratulations on your new position as my life coach!"
  • "You're looking fabulous today, is that a new haircut?"
  • "New European Prez caught between a rock and a hard place"
  • "It seems that the new European president serves two masters: the people of the old continent as well as Delavigne, his employer for the past decade."
  • "I'm loving my new life in the navy."
  • "You remember the new factory we wanted to build in Spain?"
  • "New president of Europe Brian Alistair Jones, the winner in a hotly contested election that divided citizens over issues such as a national cheese, sits in his office with a reflective look on his face."
  • "To help you achieve your goals, I need you to adopt some new habits."
  • "But it's not important, I have a new wife."
  • "Brian : Of course, sir, the new factory in Spain: it's going to be the biggest and most modern manufacturing plant in the world!"

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