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new age

adjective as in of a broad-ranging consciousness-raising movement

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A great benefit of the ubiquity of the Internet in the developed world has been the facilitation of a new age of entrepreneurship.

It is cutting-edge products like these that are helping define this new age of wireless entertainment.

And that original score that kicks in as a new-age Millennium Falcon swoops into view is sure to get you going.

Marjorie Wilkes Huntley was a New Age feminist, a widow, and a librarian.

Young said he views this historic summit meeting in Washington as “the beginning of a new age of globalization.”

Here began indeed, in the drab surroundings of the workshop, in the silent mystery of the laboratory, the magic of the new age.

A new age would come under scrutiny and more notes would be taken.

The nineteenth century not only shows a new age, but probably begins a new section of universal history.

He is, as Weigandt has called him, the first man of the bourgeois century, the first pioneer of the new age.

With Boucher the idea of honour, of innocence, has become something strange; the new age requires virtue, bonnes mœurs.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to new age, such as: age of aquarius, alternative, astrological, balanced, crystal healing, and holistic.

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