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new
  1. Things that are new.
  2. (Australia) A kind of light beer.
  3. (plural) See news.
newel
  1. (architecture) A central pillar around which a staircase spirals.
  2. (architecture) A sturdy pillar at the top or bottom of a flight of stairs, supporting the handrail.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “The stairways were built upon spiral vaults, winding round a central newel.”
      “On top of the newel post, use a wooden fitting called a starting easement, which caps off the post and provides a transition to the handrail.”
      “Wrap large bundles of nandina berries with florist's tape, add a bow and hang on a door, newel post or mailbox.”
newling
  1. One who is new (to something); a newcomer; a novice; a newbie.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The council had no idea what Sanna really was and was not interested in learning more about a minor newling house.”
      “One reaches me first, and with an in-air, roundhouse kick, I land a foot against the throat of the newling, then shove my blade deep into its heart.”
      “If she helped her live, she'd be responsible for seeing that the newling didn't run amok while she learned to feed without tearing her hosts to pieces.”
newie
  1. (informal) Something newly released, such as a song or film.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “French software house Ubisoft's newie has finally arrived in Angleterre. It's set in a medieval world of swords and sorcery.”
      “The release of Oasis' newie spurred me into pulling out Cheap Trick's eponymous 1997 release on Red Ant for a July dog trek.”
      “Don't fret, he's got a newie sorted out with Nicole Kidman and Jared Leto called The Panic Room.”
newness
  1. The property of being new; novelty
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Using different types of apparatus will give you a sense of newness to your routine and allow you to remain challenged.”
      “By speaking of the new wine and new wineskins, Jesus was pointing to the newness of the divine life that he had come to give his people.”
      “Another finding was that the newness of the technology contributed to the staff's underuse of some equipment.”
newel
  1. (obsolete) A novelty; a new thing.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The stairways were built upon spiral vaults, winding round a central newel.”
      “On top of the newel post, use a wooden fitting called a starting easement, which caps off the post and provides a transition to the handrail.”
      “Wrap large bundles of nandina berries with florist's tape, add a bow and hang on a door, newel post or mailbox.”
newishness
  1. The quality of being newish.
newell
  1. (architecture) Alternative form of newel
  2. Examples:
    1. “Cameras follow childhood sweethearts Amy and Nobby Newell as they visit the cemetery and mourn the loss of comrades and family.”
      “Mike Newell, vice president of marketing, reports that the company has recently added a little more flavor to its sweet butter.”
      “Basically, Newell rejected the common view according to which allometry implies nonadaptive, or orthogenetic evolution.”
newes
  1. Obsolete spelling of news
  2. Examples:
    1. “When the duke of summerset heard these newes, he without delaie reuolted from king Edward, and fled to king Henrie.”
      “But before contemporizing Ill Newes, let's be sure that we understand John Clarke and his masterpiece.”
      Newes from any-whence, or, Old Truth under a supposal of Noueltie.”
newing
  1. (Britain, dialect) yeast; barm
newlings
newnesses
newells
  1. plural of newell
newels
  1. plural of newel
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Light lashed the polished wooden newels of a great bed on which sat swirls of silk, damasked satin, brocade.”
      “The entrance hall is dominated by a carved staircase with quatrefoils and ornate square newels.”
      “The staircase consists of three finials, in the shape of the Bird's Egg, and newels.”
newies
  1. plural of newie
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Starting with a few newies they were full of energy, looking very pleased with the audience reaction.”
      “They were excited for me, and let me know that Coach Wells SOMETIMES put pressure on newies, so to be expecting it.”
      “I Want You Back was first of the press, followed by a couple of newies, which lacked no lustre.”
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