Definition of newfangled
1 : attracted to novelty
2 : of the newest style or kind had many newfangled gadgets in the kitchen
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
Salmon Pants lager and Foggy Geezer, one of those newfangled hazy IPAs, will follow.
That seems like a bit of a stretch, so astronomers long ago reached a much more simple conclusion, one powered by the newfangled general theory of relativity : the space itself between galaxies is expanding, and galaxies are just along for the ride.
Now, Apple Pay and Samsung Pay are giving smartphone owners anxiety with their newfangled technology.
Meant to maximize space and replace the 2600 series rolled out in the 80s, the newfangled 5000 series mimicked New York's MTA setup with longitudinal seating and wider aisles for standing.
But this newfangled digital cooperation doesn’t mean owners are absolved of basic precautions.
Exit velocity, the speed of the ball after it's hit, is a newfangled stat MLB.com began tracking in 2015.
A one-and-a-half-inch coating of state-of-the-art asphalt still needs to be laid down and newfangled accessories, including LED lighting poles, digital message signs and stainless steel fencing to deter jumpers, need to be installed.
There’s plenty of that newfangled Italian fare in this country, anyway.
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Definition of newfangled for English Language Learners
: recently invented or developed and hard to understand
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