Definitions

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  • n. Something newly released, such as a song or film.

Etymologies

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new +‎ -ie

Examples

  • December 2nd, 2009 at 7: 53 pm literally just listened to both Shout Out Louds LPs, followed by this single. i honestly think that the newie is the strongest thing they've done so far.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • Currently in an unpretty divorce with No. 3, his newie is a marketer, 35, blond, and they met in New York, and she lives in the US, and he lives in the UK, and it's a big commute for the twain to meet

    Gawker

  • GOK WAN and ADEE PHELAN from Channel 4 show The Salon, also gave Noel stick for kicking "the doors wide open" of the band's inner circle to "newie" pals.

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  • Season five of Mad Men may be uncertain, but you can play spot the Sterling Cooper cameo in the trailer for Rockstar's retro newie LA Noire, due 20 May.

    The Populist: The column that looks after its circus elephant

  • On "Potato Hole," however, everybody's instincts work in harmony, right down to brilliant covers of the deep-South hip-hop of Outkast and Tom Waits '"Get Behind the Mule," the perfect newie-oldie-newie.

    New Albums By Booker T. And Allen Toussaint

  • "Fresh" or "newie," met with the faculty and was examined on Latin, Greek, and mathematics to determine what studies he might need to review.

    The School Day and the School Year

  • I didn't recognise this at all - thought it was a newie.

    FallNet - Hovis set-up in London's psoriasis

  • One Pure Thought and newie Alley Cats, which is so effortlessly winning that it's sure to receive a single release at some point.

    The Music Fix

  • Admittedly, we're nearly a month late on posting this newie from London-based producer

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • But this newie sees the guys well and truly back on track with a fleeting abandon throughout the albums twelve-song set.

    The Line Of Best Fit

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