[ noo-fang-guh ld, -fang-, nyoo- ]
/ ˈnuˈfæŋ gəld, -ˌfæŋ-, ˈnyu- /
of a new kind or fashion: newfangled ideas.
fond of or given to novelty.
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Origin of newfangled
OTHER WORDS FROM newfanglednew·fan·gled·ness, noun
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The time soon came when he was forced to give way before the march of newfangledness.Western Characters|J. L. McConnel
British Dictionary definitions for newfangledness
/ (ˈnjuːˈfæŋɡəld) /
newly come into existence or fashion, esp excessively modern
rare excessively fond of new ideas, fashions, etc
Derived forms of newfanglednewfangledness, noun
Word Origin for newfangled
C14 newefangel liking new things, from new + -fangel, from Old English fōn to take
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