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Spell check of new

Correct spelling: new

Synonyms:
sore, avant-garde, revived, impudently, fetal, renewed, education, refreshful, fresh, novel, youthful, dynamic, in the altogether, substitutive, freshly, unsanded, strange, hothouse, mysterious, embryonic, precursory, exercise, naked as a jaybird, spic-and-span, second-generation, unheard-of, parvenu, impudent, bran-new, bare-ass, tender, unskilled, time, infantile, unused, sunrise, distinct, existent, preparatory, saucy, private, experimental, ultramodern, bare-assed, present-day, personal, impertinent, emerging, juvenile, at first, unusual, new to, latest, stark naked, new age, hidden, late-breaking, extra, forward-looking, in the buff, compensatory, sassy, germinal, cutting, immature, raw, Genesis, pioneering, beginning, rude, parvenue, existing, incipient, introductory, progressive, modernistic, fashionable, starting, upstart, inventive, impertinently, foremost, contemporary, makeshift, newfound, enhanced, mod, budding, peeled, unaccustomed, overbold, opening, anonymous, pertly, up-to-date, unexampled, unfamiliar, space-age, invigorated, furbished, red hot, refreshing, unfermented, further, acquisition, inexperienced, front-end, additional, preliminary, topical, brand-new, advanced, unlike, original, dissimilar, first, up-to-the-minute, substitute, innovative, wet behind the ears, fledgling, saucily, current, recent, obscure, alpha, revolutionary, ADDED, different, late, clean, remedial, freshened, unique, initial, primal, regenerated, increase, supplementary, crude, natural, reenergized, early, other, untrained, newfangled, insight, resuscitated, modern, dawned, dressed up, more, nascent, incompetent, bracing, commencing, young, refreshed, discovery, unknown, exploratory, energized, sweet, unprecedented, newborn, now, primeval, hot, spick-and-span, tonic, unseasoned, all along, state-of-the-art, flashcard, present, uncertain, increased, new-sprung, radical, rising, inaugural, wise, maiden, smart, recreated, new-fashioned, unspoiled, brisk, in the raw, lately, sensitive, reborn, newly arisen, bleak, recently, hatching, primordial, infant, assimilation, new-made, untried, sprouting, reanimated, reinvigorated, untested, baby, designer, vernal, secret, formative, aboriginal, improved, newly, modish.

Antonyms:
emasculated, outworn, immemorial, unmanned, stale, hand-me-down, early, original, olden, weakened, scruffy, attrited, venerable, eroded, discarded, established, soiled, deadened, spoiled, precedented, same, imitative, ancient, patched, dated, experienced, mangey, conventional, anachronistic, historic, demoralized, weather-beaten, exhausted, weatherworn, antique, rusty, frayed, dog-eared, derivative, oldfangled, longtime, passé, old-time, tatterdemalion, tried-and-true, tattered, beat-up, run-down, permanent, old-fashioned, hackneyed, flea-bitten, worn-out, hoary, historical, antiquated, ageless, unmodernized, eared, ragged, decrepit, mangy, worn, dirty, antediluvian, used, first, derelict, long-ago, tatty, remote, shopworn, obsolete, threadbare, vermiculate, out-of-date, experient, forgotten, weary, later, aged, auld, waterworn, enervate, raddled, knackered, dateless, disheartened, archaic, moth-eaten, past, woebegone, traditional, disused, drained, secondhand, familiar, second hand, battered, kaput, old-world, former, dampened, creaky, middle, timeless, outmoded, thumbed, warmed-over, seedy, musty, yellow, lasting, dispirited, shopsoiled, tired, retro, mothy, fusty, tried, ratty, enervated, age-old, retrograde, sunset, late, well-worn, old, hand-down, equal, wormy, shabby, time-honored, accustomed, clapped out, bygone, played out, weathered, scoured, worm-eaten, yellowed, identical, unoriginal.

Examples of usage:

1) Then Delbier did the new trick. - "Leo the Circus Boy", Ralph Bonehill.

2) " Jamie," she said in a tone new to her, " there's been nothing but truth and love between us; I must know." - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

3) Anything new this morning? - "The Foreign Hand Tie", Gordon Randall Garrett.

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