New Man


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New Man

n
the New Man a type of modern man who allows the caring side of his nature to show by being supportive and by sharing child care and housework
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A few mornings after this talk a new man came on the stand with Sam's cab.
This young brother, without mother or father, this little child which had fallen abruptly from heaven into his arms, made a new man of him.
We collectors feel an interest in every new man till he has seen all we have to show him.
If there is not a new man, how can the new clothes be made to fit?
Add to this that Gray, the new man, had his face tied up in a bandage for a cut he had got in breaking away from the mutineers and that poor old Tom Redruth, still unburied, lay along the wall, stiff and stark, under the Union Jack.
But it was a sorry day for the Sheriff when he got his new man.
It made a new man of me, after my long journey and my cold, damp drive.
Ange: The New Man They're Fighting," its misleading headline read.
SRi's Alistair Milner is leading the hunt for the new man.
Become the local leader: The new man must be based permanently at Villa Park or Bodymoor Heath, just like Fox is now.
This lady and her new man naturally want to enjoy the time they have left together and they are definitely not too old to be dating.