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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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These men, returning from Italy full of the New Learning, began to teach Greek at Oxford.
Hudson--John Elbridge Hudson--was the name of the new head of the telephone people.
In this respect the power of the President would exceed that of the governor of New York, because the former would possess, singly, what the latter shares with the chancellor and judges; but it would be precisely the same with that of the governor of Massachusetts, whose constitution, as to this article, seems to have been the original from which the convention have copied.
If he were high enough to slight me, then could I love him, and rise by my affection to new heights.
To the normal high-strung energy of New York streets was added a touch of war-fever.
This man abolished the old soldiery, organized the new, gave up old alliances, made new ones; and as he had his own soldiers and allies, on such foundations he was able to build any edifice: thus, whilst he had endured much trouble in acquiring, he had but little in keeping.
On the morning after our ar- rival at New Bedford, while at the breakfast-table, the question arose as to what name I should be called by.
Like the sun will also Zarathustra go down: now sitteth he here and waiteth, old broken tables around him, and also new tables--half-written.
All fresh-water basins, taken together, make a small area compared with that of the sea or of the land; and, consequently, the competition between fresh-water productions will have been less severe than elsewhere; new forms will have been more slowly formed, and old forms more slowly exterminated.
So now, children, you must imagine Grandfather's chair in the midst of a new scene.
But, in the first place, New York was a metropolis, and perfectly aware that in metropolises it was "not the thing" to arrive early at the opera; and what was or was not "the thing" played a part as important in Newland Archer's New York as the inscrutable totem terrors that had ruled the destinies of his forefathers thousands of years ago.
What is the new stroke of work that's expected from me this time?