newish


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new·ish

 (no͞o′ĭsh, nyo͞o′-)
adj.
Fairly new.

newish

(ˈnjuːɪʃ)
adj
fairly new
ˈnewishly adv
ˈnewishness n

new•ish

(ˈnu ɪʃ, ˈnyu-)

adj.
rather new.
[1560–70]
Translations

newish

[ˈnjuːɪʃ] ADJbastante nuevo

newish

adjziemlich neu
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References in classic literature ?
said Kim, for 'front' and 'entrain' were newish words to him.
Specializing in the cuisine of Northern Mexico and the Southwest United States, this newish eatery is one of the most affordable spots on St.
While the newish Annayu restaurant's classic and contemporary Indian cuisine looked (and smelled) tempting, my late arrival meant route one at the relaunched Steak & Lobster was the way to go.
Their newish Ammo Crate series (in a couple of sizes) is as close to a do-everything box as you can get, without doing any bank-breaking, either.
We are really pleased that as a newish company, we have managed to secure what is an iconic site in the town.
Hair Salon with 6 hair stations, 4 nail stations, 1 pedi/massage room, breakroom, storage room, bathroom, & 1 open room, newish A/C, water heater, washing machine and dryer.
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Caption: NEWISH TANK--The Iranian military unveiled a brand new tank Sunday, saying it was the equal of the best tanks in the world today and made entirely in Iran.
Maybe you're a newish Clinton Kelly fan, courtesy of ABC's daytime talk and cookfest "The Chew.
Take It Back is a newish German label inspired by Gray Matter and the DC HC scene, and it's new release--a self-titled EP by Marron from Southern California--fits right into that post-Minor Threat, pre-Fugazi Dischord Records groove.
The newish Ford Transit Tipper was abandoned in Upperthong Lane, at around 3pm yesterday, following a blue-light chase.
However, the newish man at 11 Downing Street, Philip Hammond, seems to have more in common with his predecessor-butone, Alistair Darling, than with this century's two other Chancellors, George Osborne and Gordon Brown.