unhackneyed

unhackneyed

(ʌnˈhæknɪd)
adj
fresh or recent
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To demonstrate "the vividness with which Walt can paint the unhackneyed scenery of his native land," the reviewer presents "a panorama" of twenty-four lines--the same theme and nearly the same number of lines that Eliot had selected for her Westminster Review notice.
These are nonetheless small faults in a book that for the most part demands, and should get, admiring attention for its elegant prose and for its intelligently unhackneyed insights.
is a sort of dissipation; upon the unhackneyed mind of the child it leaves a reactionary sense of depression" (121).
Vegas, we realized, has a glut of dramatic spaces perfectly suited for a cozy, intimate, unhackneyed Sin City wedding.
What will probably end up as being one of the finest recorded cycles of all seven Sibelius symphonies continues with this refreshing coupling of the Finnish master's First and Third, his compatriot Sakari Oramo drawing perceptive, unhackneyed readings from his responsive CBSO.
This unusual, unhackneyed and rewarding recital was conceived by Polegato himself and produced, of course, by CBC producer Neil Crory, insightful and invaluable as ever.
The choice of topics, as the brief listing above has shown, is commendably wide, including such unhackneyed subjects as "European philosophical responses to non-European culture: China," a useful essay by D.
If today Dickinson is the poet of choice for American song composers (you'd think there was no one else), the choice was relatively unhackneyed in 1950.
Their writer was a skilled master of belles lettres, cutting in his observations on the defects of the clergy, able to find unhackneyed phrases to convey the simple truths that the Christian life is often hard and that the hardships must be borne with perseverance, and with interesting things to say on Biblical interpretation.
Moreover, the publishers have allowed him over 40 music examples (including a few comparative ones from other composers), some of them quite extensive, many unhackneyed and all well chosen.
Her name on a program in those early days promised a fresh, unhackneyed address, lightened by touches of with shrewd comment and keen insight into children's likes and dislikes" (Jordan et al.
The copious illustrations are well reproduced, in black and white, and are refreshingly unhackneyed, with little-known artists like Thomas Jones and Jacob Philipp Hackert represented along with Canaletto, Cozens, and Batoni.