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Meanings of Newburg:

adjective

(especially of shellfish) served in a sauce made from cream, butter, sherry (= a type of strong wine), and egg yolks

Usage examples:

The menu included lobster newburg and steak tartare., the shrimp in newburg sauce was served on but…

Newcastle

ˈnjuːˌkɑː.səl

Meanings of Newcastle:

proper noun

An industrial city and metropolitan district in north-eastern england, a port on the river tyne; population 170,200 (est. 2009). full name newcastle upon tyne.

noun

A large city in northeast england

Usage examples:

I took a train from newcastle to stranraer, scotland., she's a researcher at newcastle university.

Meanings of Newcomer:

noun

A person who has recently arrived in a place.

Usage examples:

She's a newcomer to the area

Meanings of Newcomers:

noun

A person who has recently arrived in a place.

Usage examples:

She's a newcomer to the area

Newel

ˈnjuːəl

Meanings of Newel:

noun

The central supporting pillar of a spiral or winding staircase.

Usage examples:

The stairways were built upon spiral vaults, winding round a central newel.

Newels

ˈnjuːəl

Meanings of Newels:

noun

The central supporting pillar of a spiral or winding staircase.

Usage examples:

The stairways were built upon spiral vaults, winding round a central newel.

Newer

njuː

Meanings of Newer:

adjective

Produced, introduced, or discovered recently or now for the first time; not existing before.

Usage examples:

The new madonna album
adverb

Newly; recently.

Usage examples:

New-mown hay
noun

New things

Usage examples:

Out with the old and in with the new.
prefix

Recent or recently

Usage examples:

The government's new-found enthusiasm for green issues has been welcomed by environmentalists.

Newest

njuː

Meanings of Newest:

adjective

Produced, introduced, or discovered recently or now for the first time; not existing before.

Usage examples:

The new madonna album
adverb

Newly; recently.

Usage examples:

New-mown hay
noun

New things

Usage examples:

Out with the old and in with the new.
prefix

Recent or recently

Usage examples:

The government's new-found enthusiasm for green issues has been welcomed by environmentalists.

Newfangled

ˌnjuːˈfæŋ.ɡəld

Meanings of Newfangled:

adjective

Different from what one is used to; objectionably new.

Usage examples:

I've no time for such newfangled nonsense

Meanings of Newfangledness:

noun

The fact or state of being newfangled; (objectionable) modernness or novelty.

Meanings of Newfangleness:

noun

= newfangledness .

Newfound

ˈnjuː.faʊnd

Meanings of Newfound:

adjective

Recently discovered or established.

Usage examples:

The pressures of her new-found fame

Newfoundland

ˈnjuːf(ə)n(d)lənd

Meanings of Newfoundland:

noun

A dog of a very large breed with a thick coarse coat.

Usage examples:

While there are no official numbers on how many newfoundlands are certified in water search-and-rec…
proper noun

A large island off the east coast of canada, at the mouth of the st lawrence river. in 1949 it was united with labrador (as newfoundland and labrador) to form a province of canada.

Newfoundlander

ˌnjuːfəndˈlandə

Meanings of Newfoundlander:

noun

A native or inhabitant of the canadian island of newfoundland.

Usage examples:

His host was a newfoundlander

Meanings of Newgate:

proper noun

A former london prison whose unsanitary conditions became notorious in the 18th century before the building was burnt down in the gordon riots of 1780. a new edifice was erected on the same spot but was demolished in 1902 to make way for the central criminal court.

Meanings of Newing:

noun

Now in plural. a new thing, a novelty; (sometimes with singular agreement) news, something new. frequently in negative contexts, especially in "to be no newings": to be nothing new.

Meanings of Newings:

noun

Now in plural. a new thing, a novelty; (sometimes with singular agreement) news, something new. frequently in negative contexts, especially in "to be no newings": to be nothing new.

Newish

ˈnjuː.ɪʃ

Meanings of Newish:

adjective

Slightly new

Usage examples:

She's renting an apartment in that newish building on harrison avenue.

Meanings of Newline:

noun

A control character that causes the printhead or the on-screen cursor to move to the beginning of the next line.

Meanings of Newlings:

adverb

Newly, recently; †immediately (obsolete).

Meanings of Newlins:

adverb

Newly, recently; †immediately (obsolete).

Newly

ˈnjuː.li

Meanings of Newly:

adverb

Only just; recently.

Usage examples:

A newly acquired hi-fi system

Newlywed

ˈnjuː.li.wed

Meanings of Newlywed:

noun

A recently married person.

Usage examples:

The newly-weds shared a kiss

Meanings of Newlyweds:

noun

A recently married person.

Usage examples:

The newly-weds shared a kiss

Meanings of Newmanism:

noun

The theological and ecclesiastical body of views put forward by john henry newman before he left the anglican church to become a roman catholic in 1845; the principles involved in newman's teaching of this time; support for these principles.

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