newness[ noo, nyoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF newness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NEWNESS
There the flush and bloom of newness were oppressive to the right-minded.
There, shining with newness, she saw a handsome upright piano.
The newness of the idea is the chief reason for our dislike of it.
Its newness pleases me all the time, and it is about the only new subject I know of.
And the street was Dawes Road, Fulham, in the day of its newness.
If the note itself is not new, there must at least be a newness of emphasis and insistence.
It was plain to be seen he took a childish pride in the fact of its newness.
The place had just been opened the summer before, and there was a newness about everything.
Margaret was in agonised amazement at the newness of the misery she was suffering.
The newness consists in moral and spiritual characteristics.