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new blood

noun as in new elements

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Example Sentences

The Republican party is often mocked, with what seems like good reason, for refusing to nominate new blood for president.

And the Republican Party will be even more desperate for new blood than it is now.

Dudley will equally fail if he does not learn the lesson and hire new blood.

Like the mythic vampire, a Ponzi scheme needs to find new blood to sustain itself.

The whole system is to be reconstructed; half the present people are to be pensioned off, and new blood is to be introduced.

He felt such a leap of new blood in his arteries, such a rush of fresh air into his lungs, that he seemed to waken from a coma.

The great part of the new blood for his language came not so much from Flemish as from science.

So long as there was in the Italian municipia new blood upon which it could draw, Roman poetry grew in strength.

Still there had been an infusion of new blood, and McRae was constantly on the lookout for more.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to new blood, such as: fresh blood, new members, and revitalizing force.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.