Synonyms for new wave

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There was a new wave and impulse of scholarship, which had not yet reached them.

Another letter at the end of May shows him on the crest of a new wave of enthusiasm.

Every new wave that lifted us up seemed bigger than the last.

From Catalonia to Scandinavia he listened for every new wave in the ocean of music.

We were not quick enough in negotiating this new wave; it ran along the gunwale and gave us a good foot-bath (Illustration 78).

A new wave of feeling had come over the world that violently affected all processes of thought.

A new wave of hate and rebellion, stronger than any he had yet felt, swept over him.

Female character could not withstand the tide of immorality that came in with the new wave of heathen invaders.

Forty minutes later a new wave was brought up from the north, but was thrown back.

He kept her hanging in this position until the water fell back and gathered in a new wave; then he lifted his oars.

WORD ORIGIN

1960, of cinema (from French Nouvelle Vague, late 1950s); 1976 as a name for the more restrained and melodic alternative to punk rock.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR NEW WAVE

avant-garde

adjectiveunconventional, forward-looking
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