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new order

noun
1.
a new or revised system of operation, form of government, plan of attack, or the like.
2.
(initial capital letters) the system of political and economic control and of social organization that prevailed in Germany and its subject countries during the Nazi era; National Socialism.
Origin of new order
1835-1845
1835-45
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  • Yet out of these fierce tribes, destroyers of the old order, a new order was to arise.

    The Gentle Reader Samuel McChord Crothers
  • Vain attempts have been made to control the new order by legislation.

    Folkways William Graham Sumner
  • Such a system could not continue under the new order of things.

  • The new order of things had begun, and he returned to the house.

    In School and Out Oliver Optic
  • Most things in this new order are decided by weight of numbers.

    The New Society Walther Rathenau
Contemporary definitions for new order
noun

a new or reorganized government, regime, or system

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