from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fangle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. New made; hence, gaudy; showy; vainly decorated. [Obs., except with the prefix new.] See newfangled.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- New-made; new-fangled.
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It also suggests that the best concert experience would be the most neutral and music-focused, and that any form of window-dressing, be it old-fashioned or new-fangled, is just a distraction.
After signing up to Twitter, and with his real name too, not some kind of fangled handle, Eli Roth’s second ever tweet was the tease:
Tashby asks if TABARKA serves its tuna steaks the new fangled way all rare inside and the answer is, yes indeed.
Now, about those new fangled tuna steaks that you are describing as raw inside and lightly charred inside.
Does that Tabarka place cook their Tuna that new-fangled way, all rare? mazatlanlee
August 2nd, 2009 10: 20 am ET and pray tell John McCain what kind of health insurance do you carry. it's not that new fangled gov employee health insurance is it?? like the one I have as a retired federal employee is it?
I don't give a rat's behind for reading about these new-fangled boomsticks used for hunting.
We'll have to see how Let Me In and David Fincher's upcoming remake of the Millennium Trilogy fare at the box office before drawing any conclusions about this new fangled predilection for looting Scandinavia for movie ideas.
Now with all this new fangled terminology - wherein the desire to "smash" is a euphemism for the desire to "have sexual intercourse with" - all of a sudden I'm a collaborator and the marqui will probably shave my head after the war!
He might waste his fortune on new-fangled farming, but to go literally wild after such years of self-restraint was an unthinkable thing.