[ noo-bohld, nyoo- ]
/ ˈnu boʊld, ˈnyu- /
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a male given name.
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Words nearby Newbold
New Bern, Newbery, Newbery Award, newbie, new blood, Newbold, Newbolt, newborn, New Braunfels, New Brighton, New Britain
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How to use Newbold in a sentence
Elizabeth was born at Newbold in Leicestershire, and left her father's house when little more than fourteen years old.George Eliot|Mathilde Blind
She had waited for him and then she had married Newbold and then he had come back—too late!
Newbold had recognized the other man, explanations were inevitable.
He would have been a dead man and by Newbold's hands if the others had not interfered.
"Your daughter will have more money than she knows what to do with, sir," smiled Newbold.