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brand-new

[bran-noo, -nyoo, brand-]
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adjective
  1. entirely new.

Origin of brand-new

First recorded in 1560–70
Related formsbrand-new·ness, noun
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Examples from the Web for brand-new

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Historical Examples

  • That was opening up a brand-new kind of hotel that nobody ever heard of before.

    Cape Cod Stories

    Joseph C. Lincoln

  • As she said it he felt that to be true, although to him it was a brand-new point of view.

    The Wall Street Girl

    Frederick Orin Bartlett

  • But then, you see, Grammar School football is a brand-new thing.

  • It was brand-new and on the way from its builders to its owners when Hoddan interfered.

    The Pirates of Ersatz

    Murray Leinster

  • They are brand-new, fresh from my atelier, and have never been exhibited in public.


British Dictionary definitions for brand-new

brand-new

adjective
  1. absolutely new

Word Origin

C16: from brand (n) + new, likened to newly forged iron
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