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new

(Creative), adjective causative, conceptual, constructive, created with a different approach, created with a different look, created with a fresh approach, created with a fresh look, effectuated, formative, imagined, ingenious, innovative, inventive, original, origiiated by, originative, produced, produced by someone blessed with talent, produced by someone capable, proouced by someone talented, resourceful, talented, unique
Associated concepts: patents

new

(Initial), adjective beginning, chief, elementary, first, first ever, foremost, fundamental, inaugural, inceptive, inchoate, incipient, introductory, nascent, original, primary, primary original, rudimentary, seminal, unique
Associated concepts: new law
See also: contemporary, current, de novo, inexperienced, novel, recent, sophisticated, unaccustomed, unacquainted, unprecedented, unsettled, unusual

NEW. Something not known before.
     2. To be patented, an invention must be new. When an invention has been described in a printed book which has been publicly circulated, and afterwards a person takes out a patent for it, his patent is invalid, because the invention was not new, 7 Mann' & Gr. 818. See New and Useful Invention.

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His better judgment told him that she, on her part, when freed from the subtle spell woven by the nearness and the newness of a first love would doubtless be glad to forget the words she had spoken in the heat of a divine passion.
There was newness of life in my dream, Janet, and the sweetness of forgotten words.
As he traveled he reviewed, mentally, his armament--the condition of his hunting knife, the number of his arrows, the newness of the gut which strung his bow--he hefted the war spear which had once been the pride of some black warrior of Mbonga's tribe.
We call it by many names,--fever, intemperance, insanity, stupidity and crime; they are all forms of old age; they are rest, conservatism, appropriation, inertia; not newness, not the way onward.
And so they passed on through the quadrangle and a small courtyard, upon which looked down a lot of little windows (belonging, as his guide informed him, to some of the School-house studies), into the matron's room, where East introduced Tom to that dignitary; made him give up the key of his trunk, that the matron might unpack his linen, and told the story of the hat and of his own presence of mind: upon the relation whereof the matron laughingly scolded him for the coolest new boy in the house; and East, indignant at the accusation of newness, marched Tom off into the quadrangle, and began showing him the schools, and examining him as to his literary attainments; the result of which was a prophecy that they would be in the same form, and could do their lessons together.
Roberts," Saxon replied, thrilling to the newness of the designation on her tongue.
Further, she was fascinated and excited by all the newness and strangeness of the withered old woman who blew upon her the breath of wider lands and seas beyond the horizon.
There was no fear (if the linen in the house was examined) of the newness of the nightgown betraying me.
There was the usual aspect of newness on every object, of course.
Perhaps its newness, or perhaps the accuracy of his observation of its general look, guided Gaffer to a ready conclusion.
He was sadly in want of something to keep up his spirits a little in the unpleasant newness of his position,--suddenly transported from the easy carpeted