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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.
newly recently. [3 definitions]
newlywed one who has recently married.
new math a system of teaching mathematics based on set theory, used in many U.S. elementary and secondary schools since the middle of the twentieth century.
New Mexico a southwestern U.S. state between Texas and Arizona. (abbr.: NM)
new moon the phase of the moon when it passes directly between the sun and the earth.
new penny the official name of the smaller monetary unit of the United Kingdom and Ireland. (See penny.)
news (used with a sing. verb) a report of recent events considered noteworthy, as transmitted through the media. [3 definitions]
news agency a business organization that gathers and sells news to subscribers such as newspapers and radio and television stations; news service.
newsagent (chiefly British) a store, or the owner of a store, that sells newspapers, magazines, and sweets; newsstand.
newsboy a boy who sells or delivers newspapers.
newscast a news broadcast on television or radio.
newsdealer someone, esp. a retailer, who sells newspapers, magazines, or the like.
news feed a data format that allows users to frequently update content on a web page. [2 definitions]
newsgroup a discussion group on a computer network such as the Internet where people post and read messages on specific topics.
newsless combined form of news.
newsletter an informational letter or small newspaper directed to a special audience, as of employees, members of an organization, or subscribers.