phrases with adjectives – new

The word ‘new’ as an adjective can mean recently discovered or experienced for the first time.

  • Scientists have discovered a new type of mushroom. (recently discovered)
  • I’ve just taken up a new hobby. (experienced for the first time)

If you want to learn more about adjectives, check out the grammar section.

Let’s take a look at some common idioms containing the word ‘new’.​

idioms and phrases with adjectives - new
idiom adjectives (new) - new lease of life
idiom adjectives (new) - pastures new
idiom adjectives (new) - turn over a new leaf
idiom adjectives (new) - whole different-new ballgame