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  • n. A modern spiritual and religious movement, covering a wide variety of alternative spiritual and philosophical ideas, that developed towards the end of the 20th century.
  • n. new age music.
  • adj. Of or relating to the New Age movement.
  • adj. Of or relating to new age music.


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  • Romans but everywhere among the literate there was an acceptance of the proposition that, so far as schol - arship, literature, and the fine arts were concerned, the new age had recovered a sophistication and a mastery which had been lost for centuries.


  • Sister Madonna has just opened a new age group and set a fourth age-group record!

    The Grace to Race

  • While my long-standing record for women 60–64, which I had held for thirteen years, and my eleven-year record for 65–69 were being broken during this same race, I was happy now to set the record for yet a new age group of 75–79 for women.

    The Grace to Race

  • With the 2005 Canadian Ironman coming up on August 28, my goal was to open up a new age group for women seventy-five to seventy-nine, a group that had never before existed at an Ironman distance of 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike, and 26.2-mile run.

    The Grace to Race

  • Mary, a child of the new age of Darwin, wanted proof that Gwyther and their great love had not completely perished.

    Experiencing the Next World Now

  • Tunes: Instead of tinkling new age music, download some basement banghra—Indian club music—to keep the energy flowing.

    The Swell Dressed Party

  • The signs are pointing toward the secluded new age research facility of Jason and Juliet Finch, who live with their troubled — and possibly matricidal — thirteen-year-old niece.

    The Trouble with Witches

  • This rounded wooden masher is a handy device for making drinks as old fashioned as an old-fashioned and any of the new age concoctions, like lychees muddled into a saketini.

    The Swell Dressed Party

  • The gods of this new age might be weak but one of them had touched this child-even if the child himself was not yet aware of the vocation-and he would not be permitted to feed.

    Blood Lines

  • He saw, vision-like, the form of this new age arise, because changed needs called it.

    The Romance of a Pro-Consul


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