AskDefine | Define newness

Dictionary Definition

newness n : the opposite of oldness [ant: oldness]

User Contributed Dictionary

English

Etymology

new + -ness

Pronunciation

Noun

  1. The property of being new.
    The newness of the car meant it still had that funny smell.

Translations

Extensive Definition

Age may refer to:
The length of time that an organism has lived:
  • aging, for the social, cultural, and economic factors of age and aging.
  • senescence, for the biology and science of aging.
Other:
  • Agé, a god from the mythology of the Fon people; the son of Mawu-Lisa;
  • One of the D'ni Ages, the fictional universe in the Myst series of games.
  • Agenore Incrocci, an Italian screenwriter.
  • Age (Model theory), the class of all finitely generated structures which are embeddable in a structure A in mathematics.
  • âge Japanese company
  • The Age is a daily newspaper published in Melbourne, Australia.
AGE is a three-letter acronym that may refer to:
newness in German: Age
newness in Spanish: AGE
newness in French: AGE
newness in Italian: AGE
newness in Japanese: エイジ
newness in Portuguese: Idade

Synonyms, Antonyms and Related Words

authenticity, contemporaneity, contemporaneousness, creativeness, creativity, freshness, historical present, innovation, inventiveness, modernity, nonimitation, novelty, now, nowadays, nowness, originality, our times, present, present tense, presentness, the Now Generation, the nonce, the now, the present, the present age, the present day, the present hour, the present juncture, the present time, the time being, the times, these days, this day, this hour, this instant, this moment, this point, this stage, today, uniqueness
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