One entry found for new.
Main Entry: 1new
Function: adjective 1: not old : RECENT, MODERN <new ways of thinking> 2: not the same as the former : taking the place of one that came before <a new teacher> 3: recently discovered or learned about <new lands> <new plants and animals> 4: not known or experienced before <new feelings> 5: not accustomed <new to this work> 6: beginning as a repeating of some previous act or thing <the new year> 7: refreshed in spirits or vigor <felt like a new person after my vacation> 8: being in a position or place for the first time <a new member> - new·nessnoun synonymsNEW, NOVEL, ORIGINAL, FRESH mean having recently come into existence or use. NEW may apply to what is freshly made and unused <new bricks> or has not been known before <new design> or not experienced before <starts a new job>. NOVEL applies to what is not only new but strange or untried <a novel way of solving the problem>. ORIGINAL applies to what is the first of its kind to exist <a person without one original idea>. FRESH applies to what has not lost its original qualities of newness such as liveliness, energy, or brightness <fresh towels> <a fresh start in life>.