neophile


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neophile

(ˈniːəʊˌfaɪl)
n
another word for neophiliac
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LUXURY home decor brand Casa Paradox by Raseel Gujral Ansal is back with its latest collection, Neophile which was launched this week amidst Delhi's gliterrati.
You'll not soon find another book whose playful author makes room for Kit Carson (neophile extraordinaire), Fran Leibowitz (cranky New York wit and technological neophobe), Eleanor Roosevelt (shy young neophobe, courageous self-made adult neophile), and, inter alios, Galileo, Jackson Pollock, Keith Richards, and Larry Summers.
With more than 80 years of production history behind it, the grand and gracious Pasadena Playhouse counts as an historical landmark in neophile Southern California.
Familiar ingredients presented with a gentle twist please neophiles like me and don't alarm Mrs Slocombe, who mourns the demise of the Hillman Imp and the Vesta boil-in-the-bag curry.
"Neophiles" prefer novel products, while "neophobes" stay with familiar products (Besemer 2013, p.