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synonyms for newish

  • budding
  • inexperienced
  • new
  • youthful
  • adolescent
  • blooming
  • blossoming
  • crude
  • developing
  • fledgling
  • green
  • growing
  • infant
  • inferior
  • junior
  • juvenile
  • little
  • modern
  • newborn
  • punk
  • raw
  • recent
  • tender
  • tenderfoot
  • boyish
  • boylike
  • burgeoning
  • callow
  • childish
  • childlike
  • early
  • fresh
  • girlish
  • girllike
  • half-grown
  • ignorant
  • not aged
  • pubescent
  • puerile
  • undeveloped
  • undisciplined
  • unfinished
  • unfledged
  • unlearned
  • unpracticed
  • unripe
  • unseasoned
  • untried
  • unversed
  • vernal
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antonyms for newish

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  • experienced
  • old
  • adult
  • healthy
  • mature
  • older
  • sophisticated
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How to use newish in a sentence

SwatchSwatch, the Swiss company known for its vibrant, endlessly quirky plastic watches, has a newish collection dedicated to celebrating NASA and its famous missions.
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As the economic and political shocks of this still newish century have shown, growing numbers of people are, or feel, excluded by the progress they were told would benefit everyone.
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His hat was glossy, his gloves newish—though one finger had split and been carefully mended.
THE PLATTNER STORY AND OTHERSH. G. WELLS
That, magazines and newish fiction apart, is the literary history of the average decent person.
LITERARY TASTE: HOW TO FORM ITARNOLD BENNETT
The old bridge is metamorphosed into something that might pass for a newish bridge.
HOMES AND HAUNTS OF THE MOST EMINENT BRITISH POETS, VOL. II (OF 2)WILLIAM HOWITT
That which is new in them is--new, and well enough; and that which is not new or newish is apt to be rather shabby than venerable.
THE RECORD OF NICHOLAS FREYDONA. J. (ALEC JOHN) DAWSON
At the very beginning there is one touch which, if not absolutely invented, is newish in the connection.
A HISTORY OF THE FRENCH NOVEL, VOL. 2GEORGE SAINTSBURY
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