newfangled [ noo-fang-guhld, -fang-, nyoo- ]
1. of a new kind or fashion: newfangled ideas.
2. fond of or given to novelty.
OTHER WORDS FROM NEWFANGLED
WORDS RELATED TO NEWFANGLED
contemporary, fashionable, fresh, modern, modernistic, new, novel, popular, unique, gimmicky, neoteric, new-fashioned
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Origin: 1425–75; late Middle English, equivalent to newefangel fond of or taken by what is new (newenew + -fangel,Old English *fangol inclined to take, equivalent to fang-, stem of fōn to take (cf. fang) + -ol adj. suffix) + -ed
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR NEWFANGLED
Ali is but the latest victim of a newfangled version of the “no platform” phenomenon.
AYAAN HIRSI ALI VS. THE CAMPUS THOUGHT POLICE|JAMES KIRCHICK|APRIL 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The uniform, and this newfangled authoritative role, gives her a sense of purpose.
‘CAMP X-RAY,’ A KRISTEN STEWART-STARRING GUANTANAMO BAY FILM, PREMIERES AT SUNDANCE|MARLOW STERN|JANUARY 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
All I know is we won't be the ones coming up with the newfangled storytelling systems.
‘GAME OF THRONES’: WEISS AND BENIOFF ON GETTING HOOKED|ANDREW ROMANO|MAY 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
At times, those years feel very far away; Branch once muses on a newfangled “cellular” phone in 1994.
THE UNGUARDED BILL CLINTON|TED WIDMER|OCTOBER 5, 2009|DAILY BEAST
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