She was one of those people who are infatuated with patent medicines and all new-fangled
methods of producing health or mending it.
The Germans are miles ahead of us with regard to all new-fangled
As great men are urged on to the abuse of power (when they need urging, which is not often), by their flatterers and dependents, so old John was impelled to these exercises of authority by the applause and admiration of his Maypole cronies, who, in the intervals of their nightly pipes and pots, would shake their heads and say that Mr Willet was a father of the good old English sort; that there were no new-fangled
notions or modern ways in him; that he put them in mind of what their fathers were when they were boys; that there was no mistake about him; that it would be well for the country if there were more like him, and more was the pity that there were not; with many other original remarks of that nature.
Why, I could make anything a body wanted -- anything in the world, it didn't make any difference what; and if there wasn't any quick new-fangled
way to make a thing, I could invent one -- and do it as easy as rolling off a log.
He could not tell me where the place of work was situated, but he had a vague idea that it was some kind of a "new-fangled
ware'us," and with this slender clue I had to start for Poplar.
But as new-fangled
and artificial treasons have been the great engines by which violent factions, the natural offspring of free government, have usually wreaked their alternate malignity on each other, the convention have, with great judgment, opposed a barrier to this peculiar danger, by inserting a constitutional definition of the crime, fixing the proof necessary for conviction of it, and restraining the Congress, even in punishing it, from extending the consequences of guilt beyond the person of its author.
She believed to her last day in old-fashioned remedies like rhubarb leaf, and made sounds of contempt over all this new-fangled
talk about germs, and so on.
He was at the gate when I came out, a-leanin' up agin the railings, and a-singin' at the pitch o' his lungs about Columbine's New-fangled
Banner, or some such stuff.
He had the strangest companions imaginable; men with long beards, and dressed in linen blouses, and other such new-fangled
and ill-fitting garments; reformers, temperance lecturers, and all manner of cross-looking philanthropists; community-men, and come-outers, as Hepzibah believed, who acknowledged no law, and ate no solid food, but lived on the scent of other people's cookery, and turned up their noses at the fare.
"So she heaves a mighty strong sigh and says, 'Them new-fangled
, self-cocking revolvers sure has played hell with my prospects.'
In all the new-fangled
comprehensive plans which I see, this is all left out; and the consequence is, that your great mechanics' institutes end in intellectual priggism, and your Christian young men's societies in religious Pharisaism.
It's a new-fangled
mixture of ballet, Hatha yoga and weight training and is the only way to be getting your booty into shape this year.