Another word for new
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These adjectives describe what has existed for only a short time, has only lately come into use, or has only recently arrived at a state or position, as of prominence: New is the most general: a new movie; a new friend. “It is time for a new generation of leadership, to cope with new problems and new opportunities” (John F. Kennedy). Something fresh has qualities of newness such as briskness, brightness, or purity: fresh footprints in the snow; fresh hope of discovering a vaccine. Novel applies to the new and strikingly unusual: “His sermons were considered bold in thought and novel in language” (Edith Wharton). Newfangled suggests that something is needlessly novel: “the newfangled doctrine of utility” (John Galt). Something that is original is novel and the first of its kind: “The science of pure mathematics, in its modern development, may claim to be the most original creation of the human spirit” (Alfred North Whitehead).
Another word for newadjective
In existence now:contemporary, current, existent, existing, now, present1, present-day. See time
Not previously used:brand-new, fresh. See new
Not the same as what was previously known or done:different, fresh, innovative, inventive, newfangled, novel, original, unfamiliar, unprecedented. See new
Being an addition:added, additional, extra, fresh, further, more, other. See increase