[ noo-fash-uhnd, nyoo- ]
See synonyms for new-fashioned on
  1. lately come into fashion; made in a new style, fashion, etc.

  2. up-to-date; modern; progressive.

Origin of new-fashioned

First recorded in 1605–15

Words Nearby new-fashioned Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use new-fashioned in a sentence

  • I had only just taken my unfortunate garment off this new-fashioned cloak-peg, when Richards returned.

  • new-fashioned folks, with their large theories of education, may find fault with thee.

    The Caxtons, Complete | Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  • He wears a very new-fashioned cap like a stiff sugar-bag, with the top lopping over.

    English Costume | Dion Clayton Calthrop
  • In 1662 his wife has a pair of peruques of hair and a new-fashioned petticoat of sancenett with black, broad lace.

    English Costume | Dion Clayton Calthrop
  • But this new-fashioned hero gets only two thousand dollars a year, Theodore.

    Why Marry? | Jesse Lynch Williams

British Dictionary definitions for new-fashioned


  1. of or following a recent design, trend, etc

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