- adj. utterly new, as new as possible
“When Jinny complained that the scrub caught her brand new pipe and had broken it short off, Mickie with an extravagant grimace softly urged her to go along Townsville and buy another.”
“The past year witnessed a split, and the founding of a brand new church and "University" -- because one of the preachers insisted upon preaching so much that the students got no chance to study; also because he sent home a rich man's daughter whose shirt-waists revealed too much of her fleshly nature.”
“This time he took a local ground taxi, the robot whirling the vehicle cunningly through half-completed streets and over brand new paint-smelling bridges.”
“This fascinating story began in 1988 when the creators of EndNote demonstrated their brand new product at the University of California at Berkeley Faculty Club.”
“Jobbins, late Phipps Bros., was revealed in a brand new uniform.”
“Here we are today opening up a brand new era in servicing of expensive satellite systems through the use of robotics, said Frank Cepollina, the program manager at Goddard.”
“Feeling the omnipresent pain in his hip, he negotiated his way to the little vehicle to see, astonishingly, that someone had pulled up in a brand new Dodge Charger, his dream vehicle, though this one was death black and gleamy.”
“The next day, I retrieved a brand new four-subject notebook from my desk.”
“He saw me in a brand new off-the-peg suit, trendy shoes, striped shirt.”
“And then came another sou'west gale that tore our f ore-topsail and brand new spencer out of the belt-ropes and swept us away to a conjectured longitude east of Staten”
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