New Country


  1. a style of country music that emerged in the late 1980s characterized by a more contemporary sound and down-to-earth rather than sentimental lyrics

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Example Sentences

Too, the Moravians, despite their reluctance to bear arms, were pleased to be part of the new country, now that it was at peace.

The worst is when you come to a new country and you put it on a customs form.

The non-Libyan wives of exiles have found it difficult to adapt to their new country as well.

Horrified, the authorities of the new country of Pakistan identified Afghanistan as a security threat.

Say yes to invitations to a new country, say yes to meet new friends, say yes to learn something new.

Conditions in the new country had gone from bad to worse, and if the season should experience another drought, the worst was come.

She did not yet know how necessary climbing might be, in her new country life, but her aspirations did not tend that way.

We were now to seek a new country, and form new ties and connections—a disagreeable matter under any circumstances.

It seemed too bad that such a stanch dwelling should be given over to neglect, but such is often the case in a new country.

They had settled in the country, colonized it, and cleared it; in a word, they ended by regarding it as a new country.





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