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NEW’FANGLED. adj.

NEWFA'NGLED. adj.

NEWFA’NGLED. adj. [new and fangle.] Formed with vain
or foolish love of novelty.
At Christmas I no more desire a rose,
Than with a snow in May’s newfangled shows;
But like of each thing, that in season grows. Shakesp.
Those charities are not newfangled devices of yesterday,
but are most of them as old as the reformation. Atterbury.