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preceding, new, more underivative, necessary, more envisioning, more opening, most innovational, outdated, un triedest, Deteriorated, most causal, conventional, Demiurgic, originative, most originative, be ginning, primeval, avant garde, un-usual, more beginning,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habited, un-derivative, un tried, existing, first hand, past, First-hand, generative, un derived, most beginning, out-of-date, existent, occupied, more first-hand, most first hand, common, more demiurgic, in-spiring, be-ginning, un-tried, most demiurgic, most underived, un-trieder,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.
Quotes for newest:
The profession of a prostitute is the only career in which the maximum income is paid to the newest apprentice.– William Booth
In science, read by preference the newest works. In literature, read the oldest. The classics are always modern.– Amy Lowell
Rhymes for newest:
- bluest, fewest, truest;