Bleaching the ballots: This is a brand-new one, used only once to date.
She is an activist in the brand-new youth-led project: “Returning to the Mount.”
Enter BRB, a brand-new app that is attempting to notch a victory in the long battle against FOMO.
Just before the New Hampshire House was about to pass a brand-new budget in June, Tremblay called it quits.
These numbers all come from a brand-new Harris poll, inspired in part by my new book Wingnuts.
I've known you a long time, Madgie, but I never can tell when you're going to break out in a brand-new spot.
Tickle them with humour; stuff them with the sensational; let everything be brand-new.
This must never happen again, for I am sure I have a brand-new crop of grey hair!
Only my boy's got a wife—a brand-new wifie to support, ain't he?
Now I at once recognised the gloss of six brand-new "store teeth."