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Newburg of seafood, cooked or served in a sauce made from cream, butter, egg yolks, and wine.
new candle see "candela."
newcomer one who has arrived only recently.
New Deal the political and economic policies of the administration of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, focusing primarily on helping the United States recover from the Great Depression.
New Delhi the capital of India.
newel a central supporting post to which the steps of a winding staircase are attached at one end. [2 definitions]
New England the six northeasternmost U.S. states; Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine.
New English Bible a translation of the Bible into modern idiomatic English based upon ancient Greek and other sources, that was published between 1961 and 1970.
newfangled of a new type or fashion, sometimes objectionably so.
new-found newly discovered or established.
Newfoundland an island in the Atlantic Ocean that is part of the eastern Canadian province officially named Newfoundland and Labrador. [3 definitions]
Newfoundland and Labrador an eastern Canadian province that occupies the Atlantic coast northeast of Quebec, and an island east of Quebec.
Newfoundland dog a type of very large dog with a dense, usu. black coat.
Newgate a prison in London that was razed in 1902.
New Guinea a large East Indies island north of Australia, occupied by an Indonesian province and Papua New Guinea. [2 definitions]
new halfpenny the official name of the halfpenny currently minted in the United Kingdom. (See halfpenny.)
New Hampshire a New England state between Vermont and Maine. (abbr.: NH) [2 definitions]
New High German the High German language since the sixteenth century.
New Jersey an eastern U.S. state on the Atlantic coast between New York and Delaware. (abbr.: NJ)
new journalism (sometimes cap.) a style of reporting characterized by the reporter's subjective interpretations and the insertion of dramatized, fictional events, conversations, and the like.
New Left a radical political movement from the 1960s advocating revolutionary changes in the political, social, and economic structure of society, esp. U.S. society.