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Definition of New:

  1. Already existing but seen, experienced, or acquired recently or now for the first time.

  2. Newly; recently.

  3. Item made from previously unused or virgin material which has not been put into its intended use, or has not recorded any operating cycle or time.

  4. Just beginning or beginning anew and regarded as better than what went before.

  5. Having recently come into existence or use, or not seen or done before. New implies unused but (unlike novel) not necessarily strange and (unlike original) not necessarily genuine..

  6. Not existing before; made, introduced, or discovered recently or now for the first time.

Synonyms of New

Ab ovo, Accessory, Actual, Added, Additional, Afresh, Again, All the rage, All the thing, Ancillary, Anew, Another, Another time, As is, As new, Authentic, Auxiliary, Avant-garde, Being, Bis, Callow, Collateral, Contemporaneous, Contemporary, Contributory, Creative, Current, De novo, Dewy, Else, Encore, Ever-new, Evergreen, Existent, Existing, Extant, Extra, Farther, Fashionable, First-hand, Firsthand, Fledgling, Fresh, Freshly, From scratch, Further, Green, Held back, Held in reserve, Held out, Hip, Imaginative, Immanent, Immature, Immediate, In abeyance, In fashion, In hand, In style, In vogue, Independent, Instant, Intact, Lately, Latest, Maiden, Maidenly, Mint, Mod, Modern, Modernistic, More, Neoteric, Nestling, New-fashioned, Newfangled, Newfashioned, Newly, Novel, Of late, Once again, Once more, Original, Other, Over again, Plus, Popular, Present, Present-age, Present-day, Present-time, Prevalent, Primary, Pristine, Put aside, Put by, Raw, Recent, Recently, Regenerated, Reinvigorated, Renewed, Reserve, Revived, Revolutionary, Running, Saved, Sempervirent, Smart, Spare, Stored, Strange, Supernumerary, Supplemental, Supplementary, Surplus, Suspended, That be, That is, To spare, Topical, Trendy, Ulterior, Unaccustomed, Unapplied, Unbeaten, Unconsumed, Underived, Undeveloped, Unemployed, Unexercised, Unexpended, Unfledged, Unhandled, Unique, Unspent, Untapped, Untouched, Untried, Untrodden, Unused, Unutilized, Up-to-date, Up-to-datish, Up-to-the-minute, Vernal, Virgin, Virginal, Waived, Yet again, Young, Recently developed, Newly discovered, Brand new, Up to the minute, Up to date, Latest, Current, State-of-the-art, Contemporary, Present-day, Advanced, Recent, Modern

How to use New in a sentence?

  1. New-mown hay.
  2. New crop varieties.
  3. Her new bike.
  4. Starting a new life.

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