all–new

adjective

Definition of all–new

  1. :  entirely new :  new in all respects an all-new design This is an all-new business in which platoons of salespeople phone up complete strangers, more or less at random, generally at suppertime, and doggedly read to them a prepared script promising a free set of steak knives or AM-FM radio if they buy a certain product or service. — Bill Bryson, I'm a Stranger Here Myself, 1999 … models like the Cobalt, an all-new Chevy that replaces the Cavalier. — Daren Fonda, Time, 17 Jan. 2005

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Before 12th Century

First Known Use of all–new

before 12th century


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