American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Very recently born: a newborn baby.
- adj. Born anew: newborn courage.
- n. A neonate.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Just born, or very lately born.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Recently born.
- n. A baby recently born, usually less than one month old; a neonate.
- n. a baby from birth to four weeks
- adj. recently born
- adj. having just or recently arisen or come into existence
“We exult over the youth's progress as he matures, but the newborn is a sudden delight.”
“As the mother of a newborn is apt to wake suddenly, the instant her baby starts to cry, so am I compelled, much against my wishes, to respond to any sound or feeling that does not belong.”
“Even with a newborn, I would think people would have that same reaction, saying that a newborn is more than just the components in the four week old embryo.”
“Granted, I don't know if a sleep deprived mother of a newborn is someone I should be taking caloric advice from, but she said it was breakfast food and I am going to make it for breakfast.”
“A standout is a 1925 Inuit Tuilli, a caribou skin garment embroidered with 160,000 beads in floral and anatomical patterns and designed to protect a newborn from the harsh Arctic cold inside a back pouch.”
“The newborn is in fragile but hopeful condition; he's now able to breathe on his own.”
“All of our staff members are experts in newborn intensive care and will give your baby the highly-specialized care he needs around the clock.”
“Moreover, she calls a newborn infant a man, because she saw the human race renewed, which both she and her husband had ruined by their own fault.”
“Hong Kong - A proud mother in Hong Kong described Monday how she called her newborn son Jazz after he made a speedy arrival into the world on the back seat of a Honda Jazz hatchback.”
“Even in the first hours of its life, a full-term newborn already has effective manual perception, a tactile capacity that enables it to make sense of its environment.”
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