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Cutting aid to Israel is not a new idea on the political right.

San Miguel may be a new idea for many trendy travelers, but it is hardly a new location.

To Altuzarra, the gilded gowns of his Spring/Summer 2014 line were replaced with a new idea of luxury.

It's an even more frightening reality that within mere hours, a new idea of how we want our bodies to look can take off.

“The whole notion of providing special entertainment to foreign guests is not a new idea, particularly in Asia,” said Nelson.

That was a new idea to Hettie; and it puzzled her little brain for a minute: then she laughed out, "Shall I be their grandmother?"

He seems to think he is mooting to me a spick and span new idea—that he has invented something.

The public at large awakened to a dazed realization of the head-way which the new idea had made.

They set to work with a vim, and once launched on a new idea, he threw himself into it with the enthusiasm of a child.

In great fear, he hid behind a tree until the traveler should have passed; but a new idea struck him.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to new idea, such as: boldness, brilliance, cleverness, daring, freshness, and imagination.

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