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1. new (o)

6 synonyms
# Word Frequency Likes Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. afresh 0.6 6 letters 13 synonyms
2. anew 1.58 4 letters 13 synonyms
3. freshly 4.07 7 letters 15 synonyms
4. lately 25.7 6 letters 10 synonyms
5. newly 26.3 5 letters 7 synonyms
6. recently 105 8 letters 10 synonyms

2. new (a)

60 synonyms
# Word Frequency Likes Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. added 145 5 letters 13 synonyms
2. alien 19.5 5 letters 68 synonyms
3. another 550 7 letters 20 synonyms
4. bizarre 10.5 7 letters 62 synonyms
5. budding 1.91 7 letters 12 synonyms
6. clean 93.3 5 letters 185 synonyms
7. crisp 5.01 5 letters 53 synonyms
8. current 186 7 letters 72 synonyms
9. different 389 9 letters 88 synonyms
10. dissimilar 1.02 10 letters 22 synonyms
11. distinct 19.5 8 letters 111 synonyms
12. early 269 5 letters 48 synonyms
13. else 240 4 letters 15 synonyms
14. exotic 8.13 6 letters 26 synonyms
15. extra 95.5 5 letters 50 synonyms
16. fashionable 4.47 11 letters 38 synonyms
17. foreign 120 7 letters 36 synonyms
18. fresh 67.6 5 letters 158 synonyms
19. further 204 7 letters 76 synonyms
20. greenen.synonym.one 135 5 letters 91 synonym
21. incompetent 4.47 11 letters 42 synonyms
22. increased 81.3 9 letters 25 synonyms
23. inexperienced 3.16 13 letters 48 synonyms
24. intact 9.55 6 letters 31 synonym
25. late 219 4 letters 65 synonyms
26. latest 83.2 6 letters 47 synonyms
27. maiden 6.61 6 letters 34 synonyms
28. modern 117 6 letters 36 synonyms
29. modernistic 0.11 11 letters 7 synonyms
30. modish 0.14 6 letters 13 synonyms
31. more 2290 4 letters 25 synonyms
32. new-fashioned 8.67 12 letters 13 synonyms
33. newcomer 2.51 8 letters 35 synonyms
34. novel 42.7 5 letters 42 synonyms
35. odd 26.3 3 letters 110 synonyms
36. off-beat 91.3 7 letters 13 synonyms
37. original 145 8 letters 96 synonyms
38. other 1450 5 letters 18 synonyms
39. prime 64.6 5 letters 106 synonyms
40. pure 43.7 4 letters 164 synonyms
41. raw 33.9 3 letters 96 synonyms
42. recent 110 6 letters 29 synonyms
43. strange 43.7 7 letters 107 synonyms
44. supplementary 2.29 13 letters 32 synonyms
45. sweet 81.3 5 letters 108 synonyms
46. unaccustomed 0.28 12 letters 15 synonyms
47. unaware 7.41 7 letters 50 synonyms
48. unfamiliar 4.17 10 letters 28 synonyms
49. uninitiated 0.5 11 letters 8 synonyms
50. uniqueen.synonym.one 56.2 6 letters 72 synonyms
51. unlike 37.2 6 letters 15 synonyms
52. unseasoned 0.11 10 letters 17 synonyms
53. unskilled 1.12 9 letters 22 synonyms
54. unspoiled 0.37 9 letters 23 synonyms
55. untouched 2.63 9 letters 36 synonyms
56. untrained 1.07 9 letters 56 synonyms
57. untried 0.25 7 letters 27 synonyms
58. unused 4.37 6 letters 53 synonyms
59. unusual 28.2 7 letters 122 synonyms
60. virgin 22.4 6 letters 41 synonym

3. new (Adjective)

3 synonyms
# Word Frequency Likes Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. newfangled 0.2 10 letters 11 synonyms
2. unexampled 0.02 10 letters 1 synonym
3. young 269 5 letters 46 synonyms
2 antonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of antonyms
1. old 3 letters 2 antonyms
2. worn 4 letters 1 antonym
11 definitions
new (Adjective) —   (linguistics) used of a living language; being the current stage in its development 1 example
1. ex. "New Hebrew is Israeli Hebrew"
new (Adjective) —   (linguistics) in use after medieval times 1 example
1. ex. "New Egyptian was the language of the 18th to 21st dynasties"
new (Adjective) —   Not of long duration; having just (or relatively recently) come into being or been made or acquired or discovered 6 examples
1. ex. "a new law"
2. ex. "new cars"
3. ex. "a new comet"
4. ex. "a new friend"
5. ex. "a new year"
6. ex. "the New World"
new (Adjective) —   Original and of a kind not seen before
new (Adjective) —   Lacking training or experience 1 example
1. ex. "the new men were eager to fight"
new (Adjective) —   Having no previous example, precedent or parallel 1 example
1. ex. "a time of new prosperity"
new (Adjective) —   Other than the former one(s); different 3 examples
1. ex. "they now have a new leaders"
2. ex. "my new car is four years old but has only 15,000 miles on it"
3. ex. "ready to take a new direction"
new (Adjective) —   Unaffected by use or exposure 1 example
1. ex. "it looks like new"
new (Adjective) —   (of a new kind or fashion) gratuitously new 1 example
1. ex. "she buys all these new-fangled machines and never uses them"
new (Adjective) —   (of crops) harvested at an early stage of development; before complete maturity 1 example
1. ex. "new potatoes"
new (Adjective) —   Unfamiliar 3 examples
1. ex. "new experiences"
2. ex. "experiences new to him"
3. ex. "errors of someone new to the job"
1 see also
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. age 3 letters 54 synonyms

4. new (Adverb)

1 definition
new (Adverb) —   Very recently 1 example
1. ex. "grass new washed by the rain"
7 misspelling
ew mew ne neew neww nnew nwe
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afresh, anew, freshly, lately, newly, en.synonym.one, recently, added, alien, another, bizarre, budding, en.synonym.one, clean, crisp, current, different, dissimilar, distinct, early, else, exotic, extra, fashionable, foreign, fresh, further, green, incompetent, increased, inexperienced, intact, late, en.synonym.one, latest, maiden, modern, modernistic, modish, more, new-fashioned, newcomer, novel, odd, off-beat, original, other, prime, pure, raw, recent, strange, supplementary, sweet, unaccustomed, unaware, unfamiliar, uninitiated, unique, en.synonym.one, unlike, unseasoned, unskilled, unspoiled, untouched, untrained, untried, unused, unusual, virgin, newfangled, unexampled, young.
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