Perhaps Obama is, as his fans have always said, the new man of a new age.
If clean-shaven William is a new man, then his bearded brother Harry is 100% unreconstructed bloke.
I just need to advise the colonel that we have a new man transferred in from the artillery battalion up north, Corporal Biggs.
The Pakistani army changed commanders this weekend, putting a new man in the most important job in the country.
When I was around 7, my mother met a new man, and we all moved in with him.
But he had the Hibernian smile, which is convincing, and the firm chanced to need a new man.
Our Jap got sick last week and he sent a new man to take his place.
“And the other—the new man,” corrected the Major, with a wry face.
A new man bought the paper I was working for, and its policy changed.
It was a long time since he had felt it as he now felt, but he was beginning to be a new man.
any male who is spiritually or morally reformed; any male changed for the better
He is a new man since he passed his physical examination.
(usu. cap.) any modern male who takes part in non-traditional roles (esp. in the family) and has sensitivity and compassion toward females; a modern man
The New Man often stays home with children while his wife pursues her career.