New synonyms and antonyms

no͝o, nyo͝o

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The definition of current is something that is happening now or something that is up to date.
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The definition of fresh is something recently harvested, recently produced or newly made.
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The definition of brand-new is something that has never before been done or that has never been used before.
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Recent; new; newly invented
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The definition of strange is an unfamiliar or unusual person, place or thing.
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New, original, especially in an interesting way
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Different from one another (with the preferable adposition being "from").
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Fond of novelty.
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Beginning to form, start, grow, or develop
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Recent
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Not contaminated:
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Out of date, old-fashioned, antiquated.
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(Postmodifier) Following expressions of time to indicate how long ago something happened; ago. [from 15th c.]
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recent, fresh
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Being at the specified or understood place; at hand; in attendance
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Being an addition
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The definition of further is something that is additional, such as a longer distance away or a longer time period. It is used when there is no knowledge of the actual physical distance or time difference.
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Being in an early period of life or growth; not old
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Showing the effects of worry or anxiety
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Alternative spelling of firsthand.
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Recently
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Dead, especially if only recently deceased:
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Characterized by the creation of new ideas or things
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Producing new ideas or products
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That exists, or has existence, especially that exists now.
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very recently
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A first appearance before the public, as of an actor
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The state or quality of being fresh.
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An innovation or novelty; a neoteric word or phrase.
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The definition of old fashioned is someone or something that is behind the times, not up to date and often no longer considered relevant.
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Now in existence or progress; current:
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Greater in number:
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An interval separating two points of this quantity; a duration.
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Having subcutaneous tissue exposed:
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Showing a marked departure from previous practice; new:
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Unequal.
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The definition of dissimilar is things that are different.
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Additional
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The definition of supplementary is something that is added on, or that completes something.
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Exhibiting a lack of skill; inexpert:
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Lacking training, not having been instructed in something.
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Not having decayed.
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Being an addition
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Not experienced; lacking knowledge or experience; green.
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Alternative form of out of date.
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Like or characteristic of a nouveau riche
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(Archaic) Characteristic of the earliest, or an earlier, period or condition; original
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Of or characteristic of modernism or modernists
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Without precedent; unparalleled:
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(Informal) Fashionable; popular; up to date; current.
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Recently
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Established or favoured by custom or use; current; prevailing at a particular time.
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(Geol.) Worn down only slightly by erosion, as a land surface having steeply entrenched stream valleys that lack well-developed flood plains
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Not accustomed or habituated; not used (to)
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Not familiar or well-known; strange
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Not tried; not attempted, tested, or proved
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Characteristic of or resembling spring.
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(Linguistics, uncountable) The act or instance of coining, or uttering a new word.
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Of or relating to recent times or the present:
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A grammatical intensifier, often used in describing something positive. (Mostly in idioms like good old, big old and little old, any old and some old.)
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Differing from all others; unusual:
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Having no previous example:
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Current or later, as opposed to former.
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Recently
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Flat; vapid; tasteless
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More than usual.
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(Law) Not legally qualified, as testimony that does not meet the standards for admissibility or a juror whose personal interest in the outcome of the case does not allow him or her to serve.
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A formal beginning or introduction.
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The act or process of innovating
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Neologism.
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The property of being new; novelty
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Made trite by overuse
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Most widely known; ordinary:
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In conformity with regular practice or procedure:
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Skilled in inventing; creative
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Being in or conforming to the prevailing or current fashion; stylish:
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The definition of unique is one of a kind.
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Synonym Study

  • Original emphasizes that a thing is the first of its kind an original idea, an original melody
  • Modern and modernistic apply to that which is of the present time, as distinguished from earlier periods, and connote up-to-dateness, the latter word, sometimes, with derogatory implications
  • Novel implies a newness that is strikingly unusual or strange a novel suggestion, a novel combination
  • Fresh implies such newness that the original appearance, quality, vigor, etc. have not been affected by time or use fresh eggs, a fresh start
  • New is applied to that which has never existed before or which has only just come into being, possession, use, etc. new words, a new coat
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