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- adj. brand new
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. See brand-new.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See brand-new.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. conspicuously new
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Great shot of the than bran-new “Hercules” pinball.
The Times letter alluded to the Scarecrow's bran-new sharp brains in his head, and the Cowardly Lion's drink of courage -- details from L. Frank Baum's book.
Camilla detained him; 'Look, I adjure you,' cried he, addressing her, 'if there's not that delightful creature again, with his bran-new clothes? and they sit upon him so tight, he can't turn round his vastly droll figure, except like a puppet with one jerk for the whole body.
Wherever it was, he went upon it, with a bran-new ladder, a white hat, a brown holland jacket and trousers, a blue neck-kerchief, and a sprig of full-blown double wall-flower in his button-hole.
I start this section with a post from a bran-new bioinformatics blog called Bioinformatics Zen.
His bran-new leather breeches were exceedingly tight, and greatly incommoded the rapidity of his retreating movement, but he ran away, sir, and afterwards begot your obedient servant.
He held out two bran-new lavender-coloured kid gloves to shake hands with his dear
The charity-boy with the hoop is the son of the jolly-looking mute; he admires his father, who admires himself too, in those bran-new sables.
Belgravia, that pale and polite district, where all the inhabitants look prim and correct, and the mansions are painted a faint whity-brown: I lose myself in the new squares and terraces of the brilliant bran-new Bayswater-and-Tyburn – Junction line; and in one and all of these districts the same truth comes across me.
But scorning rest, upon his reappearance, he instantly began again, though there were no dancers yet, as if the other fiddler had been carried home, exhausted, on a shutter, and he were a bran-new man resolved to beat him out of sight, or perish.