Did you possibly mean newfangled?
- adj. alternative spelling of newfangled.
“Plus, the real knobs and dials for tuning AM and FM are more responsive (and less glitch-prone) than any new-fangled touchscreen interface. $149, tivoliaudio. com”
“Does that Tabarka place cook their Tuna that new-fangled way, all rare? mazatlanlee”
“Wolfe and Kafka (7); hi-test Heinlein (16); and a new-fangled editorial (24).”
“Legally, it is a new-fangled product and very old-fashioned fraud.”
“We now have this “new-fangled” problem known as “regulation through litigation!””
“Eleven years ago fuel protesters held Britain to ransom, and it became a commonplace to account for their success in terms of the new-fangled mobile phones which lorry drivers were using to text message one another.”
“Now, I knew nothing about high finance much less retail, but beginning in 1957 I began reading about new-fangled "charge cards" that some banks were beginning to offer their customers.”
“Neha is a Mumbai-based executive with one of India's largest telecom companies exploiting new-fangled business opportunities in a rapidly accelerating market.”
“The Avengers Series 5The cult 60s spies meet new-fangled colour TV!”
““Rhino-mounted Bantu shock troops,” Morowitz said aloud, alone in his apartment, as he packed the dozen short manuscripts into his sling bag, with his notebook, CD Player, and his fancy new-fangled cell phone.”
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We asked attendees who visited the Wordnik booth what their favorite words were, and these are what they told us. (AWP is an annual conference for writers and those in the writing world.)
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