He is a slightly built new englander, in tie and shirtsleeves, whose sense of humor is about as dry and incendiary as kindling.
A study of the best speeches of the great new englander had made him question its value in a public address.
He turned in his saddle, but the new englander had recovered himself.
The new englander had heard much of Gotham's undercurrent and the brawls so prevalent there.
Jim and I have often discussed the divine origin of the new englander.
The children of the new englander sell their winter piety for the summer dollar.
Yet in the farmer's eye it was "shiftless" (the new englander's bogy).
The new englander is so constantly engaged in creating changes that in his eyes even variety appears monotonous.
Youll be sorry for it some day, remarked the new englander, you may depend on that.
It is beautiful to be a new englander, but to be nothing else is terrible.
1616, named by Capt. John Smith. As an adjective, New English (1630s) is older than New Englandish (1863).