New and Old-fashioned

New

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New adjective – Being or involving the latest methods, concepts, information, or styles.
Usage example: new techniques in plastic surgery

Old-fashioned is an antonym for new in topics: modern, additional, recent, modernized.
Nearby Words: newness, newly, newish
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Old-fashioned

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Old-fashioned adjective – Pleasantly reminiscent of an earlier time.
Usage example: an elegant, old-fashioned bun that was held in place with pearl hairpins

New is an antonym for old-fashioned in antiquated topic.
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  • Series / New Tricks Played with at times; sometimes, the old-fashioned way of doing things makes things worse, and the new methods are the better ones, for their flaws.
  • This is the main point of contention between Kotetsu and Barnaby in Tiger & Bunny — Kotetsu is an old-fashioned idealist, while Barnaby is a new-age Punch Clock Hero.
  • Literature / The Age of Innocence He notes that the values and mores that had prevented him from being with her weren't really there anymore and yet at the same time he was "old-fashioned" and not really suited to the new era.
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