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  • n. the property of being very new


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  • The excitement of a first kiss, the brand-newness of it, the wondrous taste and smell of her.

    One False Move

  • The brand-newness of Charles Waterlow's game had already been a bewilderment to Mr. Probert.

    The Reverberator

  • This brand-newness makes it much less effective than if it had been lived in; and I felt pretty much as if I were strolling through any other renewed house.

    Passages from the English Notebooks, Volume 1.

  • It is wonderful how the old weather-stained and smoke-blackened Abbey shames down this brand-newness; not that the Parliament houses are not fine objects to look at, too.

    Passages from the English Notebooks, Volume 1.

  • Despite its brand-newness and its severe lack of quality, they scored hundreds of upvotes and even got one piece to the front page.

    FriendFeed - georgeh


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