new-fashioned

[noo-fash-uhnd, nyoo-]
adjective
1.
lately come into fashion; made in a new style, fashion, etc.
2.
up-to-date; modern; progressive.

Origin:
1605–15

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new-fashioned
 
adj
of or following a recent design, trend, etc

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Example sentences
He who is allowed to hold no property will not be troubled with bills for crinolines or new-fashioned bonnets.
What librarians need is a new-fashioned sense of purpose.
Put another way, here was an entertainment for adults who expect old-fashioned sizzle when paying new-fashioned prices.
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