Pronunciation of Newest
/njˈuːəst/, /njˈuːəst/, /n_j_ˈuː_ə_s_t/
Antonyms for newest:
preceding, new, more underivative, necessary, more envisioning, more opening, most innovational, outdated, un triedest, Deteriorated, most causal, conventional, Demiurgic, originative, most originative, be ginning, primeval, avant garde, un-usual, more beginning, un-derived, un-triedest, old-fashioned, original, un conventional, un trieder, underived, most envisioning, breaking new ground, un-conventional, more first hand, most generative, more commencing, most conceiving, un derivative, in spiring, most first-hand, causative, more devising, more causal, de vising, more underived, most starting, worn, modern, more conceiving, full, usual, more innovational, de-vising, underivative, old, most underivative, most devising, causal, more starting, re sourceful, un usual, unstylish, most opening, habited, un-derivative, un tried, existing, first hand, past, First-hand, generative, un derived, most beginning, out-of-date, existent, occupied, more first-hand, most first hand, common, more demiurgic, in-spiring, be-ginning, un-tried, most demiurgic, most underived, un-trieder, filled, conservative, most commencing.
Synonyms for newest:
crude, dependent, dominion, emigrant, frontier, immigrant, pilgrim, pioneer, primitive, provincial, puritan, territorial, uncultured, unsettled, unsophisticated, wild, Outland, Transplanted, prerevolutionary, early american.
abreast, existent, extant, in vogue, instant, mod, now, present, present-day, today, up-to-the-minute, voguish, in fashion, contempo, hot off press, red-hot, à la mode, with it, up*, state-of-the-art*.
added, advanced, altered, another, au courant, brand-new, changed, contemporary, current, dewy, different, dissimilar, distinct, else, extra, farther, fashionable, fresh, further, improved, increased, inexperienced, late, latest, modern, modernistic, modish, more, newfangled, novel, original, other, recent, refreshed, renewed, revived, spick-and-span, strange, supplementary, topical, ultramodern, unaccustomed, uncontaminated, unfamiliar, unique, unknown, unlike, unseasoned, unskilled, unspoiled, untouched, untrained, untried, untrodden, unused, unusual, up-to-date, youthful, Neoteric, cutting-edge, regenerated, redesigned, virgin, just out, state-of-the-art, now*.
anew (adjective, adverb)
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Usage examples for newest:
- Ed stepped back quickly to bring his rifle to bear, but the newest arrival was obviously already dead. - "Cat and Mouse", Ralph Williams.
- " Expressly for the support of public schools," said General Halliday, and March listened closer than the foreigner, for these facts were newest to John. - "John March, Southerner", George W. Cable.
- We'd certainly had plenty with Big Bob Till, who, as you maybe know, was the big brother of Little Tom Till, our newest gang member. - "Shenanigans at Sugar Creek", Paul Hutchens.
- This matter- of- factness is the growth even in Europe of the two greatest and newest intellectual agencies of our time. - "The English Constitution", Walter Bagehot.
- On the contrary, the Pendulum has clad himself after the newest French fashion. - "The Student-Life of Germany", William Howitt.
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Rhymes for newest:
- bluest, fewest, truest;