New Style

Origin of New Style

First recorded in 1605–15
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Examples from the Web for new style

Historical Examples of new style

  • His task had been to make the new-style camera, and it was nearly completed.

  • You did not appear in the new-style bathing suit until next week.

  • In his living room and dining room he used the new-style tungsten lamps instead of old-style carbon.

    Electricity for the farm

    Frederick Irving Anderson

  • No doubt they also told about the new-style coffee houses that were becoming popular in all parts of London.

    All About Coffee

    William H. Ukers

  • On the northeast corner is the Victoria, a new-style place, very bright, and less staid.

    All About Coffee

    William H. Ukers


British Dictionary definitions for new style

New Style

noun
  1. the present method of reckoning dates using the Gregorian calendar
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