alphabet

New

Synonyms for new:

Sense 5

more, organic.

Sense 6

now, progressive, square, lost.

Sense 7

dead, restore.

Sense 8

high.

Tuber

potato.

inexperienced

inexperienced, unripe.

stimulating

exciting.

supplementary

additional.

unprecedented

unheard-of, unprecedented.

additional (adjective)

extra, fresh, more, other, added, further.

all (adjective)

raw.

different (adjective)

unusual, different.

earliest (adjective)

maiden.

early (adjective)

initial, primeval.

green (adjective)

untrained, wet behind the ears.

in the beginning (adjective)

early.

modernized, restored (adjective)

improved, refreshed.

new (adjective)

fresh, contemporary, recent, current, novel, up-to-the-minute, latest, late-breaking, experimental, topical, unused, Pioneering, modern, avant-garde, up-to-date.

newfangled (adjective)

newfangled, modernistic, new-fashioned.

present (adjective)

present-day.

unheard-of (adjective)

unheard-of.

untried (adjective)

untried, untested.

currently (adverb)

recently.

recently (adverb)

lately, freshly, newly.

Sense 4 (noun)

dynamic, fledgling, progressive, unfamiliar, different, inventive.

Sense 5 (noun)

dressed-up, more, added, further, extra, compensatory, additional, improved, enhanced, remedial, Furbished, second-generation.

inexperienced (noun)

untrained.

novel (noun)

unusual.

recently (noun)

lately.

Usage examples for new:

  • And then the New Zealander, his face grim and set, began to take things out of his trousers' pockets. - "The Charm of Ireland", Burton Egbert Stevenson.
  • You 'll soon see that I 'm no new hand at the work. - "The Fortunes Of Glencore", Charles James Lever.
  • He was new to this sort of thing and told her so. - "The Spinners", Eden Phillpotts.

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