- had many newfangled gadgets in the kitchen
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Examples of newfangled in a Sentence
His grandson owns all of the latest newfangled electronics.
the newfangled speech used by teenagers
Recent Examples of newfangled from the Web
There are old-school paper straws and newfangled compostable plastic straws.
Its military routinely obliterates opposing forces with fighter jets, anti-missile batteries, and newfangled tunnel-destroying tools.
With all due respect to Virginia, Villanova has been the best team in the country all season, largely on the strength of its offense, which as detailed above is elite by any and all measures, both traditional and newfangled.
Bonnie explores newfangled notions, like feminism and managing her own finances, with characteristic boldness.
Still, newfangled benefits may not be the ticket to get young, creative professionals in the door.
But despite my highest, most insurmountable standards, this newfangled liner ticked off every one of my boxes.
Is there room on the Houston burrito landscape for a newfangled roll-up?
These days low-tech, plain-Jane cotton is something of a has-been, replaced by newfangled synthetics and resurgent natural fibers like merino.
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NEWFANGLED Defined for English Language Learners
: recently invented or developed and hard to understand
NEWFANGLED Defined for Kids
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