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nevertheless however; still.
new having recently arrived, been produced, or come into being. [4 definitions]
newbie (informal) someone who is learning to use the Internet.
newborn just born. [3 definitions]
New Brunswick a province in southeastern Canada. Its capital is Fredericton.
newcomer one who arrived not long ago.
New England the six states in the northeastern corner of the United States; Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine.
newfangled new and different, but not always better.
Newfoundland an eastern province of Canada, including the island of Newfoundland in the Atlantic Ocean. The full name of the province is Newfoundland & Labrador. Its capital is St. John's.
Newfoundland and Labrador a province in northeastern Canada. Labrador lies on Canada's mainland, and Newfoundland is a large neighboring island. The province also contains many smaller islands.
New Hampshire a state in the northeastern United States. Its capital is Concord. (abbreviated: NH)
New Jersey a state in the eastern United States on the Atlantic Coast. Its capital is Trenton. (abbreviated: NJ)
newly not long ago.
New Mexico a state in the southwestern United States. Its capital is Santa Fe. (abbreviated: NM)
new moon the phase of the moon when it cannot be seen because it passes directly between the sun and the earth.
news (used with a singular verb) a report of recent important events, read out on the television or radio, or printed in a newspaper, magazine, or Web site.
newscast a program on television or radio that presents the news.
newsgroup a discussion group on a computer network such as the Internet in which people leave messages for each other on topics they are all interested in.
newspaper a publication made of several large sheets of folded paper printed with news, opinions, advertisements, and other information. Most newspapers come out either every day or once a week.
newsstand a booth or other place where newspapers and magazines are sold.
newt a small animal with a long, slender body and tail, and four legs. Newts have smooth, moist skin. They are a kind of small salamander and are amphibians. They spend part of their lives in water and part on land.