Origin of newfangled
Related formsnew·fan·gled·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for newfangled
Ali is but the latest victim of a newfangled version of the “no platform” phenomenon.
The uniform, and this newfangled authoritative role, gives her a sense of purpose.‘Camp X-Ray,’ A Kristen Stewart-Starring Guantanamo Bay Film, Premieres at Sundance|Marlow Stern|January 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
All I know is we won't be the ones coming up with the newfangled storytelling systems.‘Game of Thrones’: Weiss and Benioff on Getting Hooked|Andrew Romano|May 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
At times, those years feel very far away; Branch once muses on a newfangled “cellular” phone in 1994.
He was cased all in that newfangled armour which we call lizard-mail.Puck of Pook's Hill|Rudyard Kipling
Let's see what this place America is like, this desert of newfangled towns without, any castles.'Babylon, Volume 3 (of 3)|Grant Allen
Mr. Atkins was getting on in years and called everything introduced in the last thirty years "newfangled."In the Cards|Alan Cogan
What were we miserable wretches to do, shut up in this newfangled labyrinth.The Satyricon, Complete|Petronius Arbiter
"Yes; if that don't beat all the newfangled notions I ever heard of," she exclaimed.