from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Up-to-date; current.
- adj. Created in a new form or fashion.
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- adj. Newly made.
- adj. Up-to-date, fashionable or avant-garde.
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For a lot of us, it's a way of building community - good old-fashioned (well, new-fashioned, actually) friendships.
Call me old-fashioned (or maybe it's new-fashioned since old movies often showed criminals as lovable) but I just wasn't in the mood to see the soft side of a brutal man who killed people who got in his way.
Solo did it the new-fashioned way, taking to Twitter with a conspiracy theory that referees wanted the Washington Freedom to beat her team, the Atlanta Beat.
Call me old-fashioned or maybe it's new-fashioned since old movies often showed criminals as lovable but I just wasn't in the mood to see the soft side of a brutal man who killed people who got in his way.
For shows that break the mold and succeed in turning old-fashioned into new-fashioned.
All that changed when we stepped off the societally accepted way of making a family, the new-fashioned spin on the old-fashioned way, and decided to adopt.
The rumbling of clouds and swish of rain add multi-dimensional layers of story and sound to what might have just been a good new-fashioned dance song.
Garriott is going to space like dear ole 'dad, but he's doing it the new-fashioned way: by making out a check for $30 million.
Now comes the Singularity allowing women to have children the new-fashioned way: without pain and mess.
It is, however, a good, old-fashioned or should we say new-fashioned? noir mystery, with lots of biotechnology in a post-apocaliptic setting.