New and Worn


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New adjective – Recently made and never used before.
Usage example: that unique scent that is the telltale sign of a new car

Worn is an antonym for new in topics: additional, recent, modernized.
Nearby Words: newness, newly, newish
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Worn adjective – Affected by wear; damaged by long use.
Usage example: worn threads on the screw

New is an antonym for worn in used topic.
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style new style worn style
body new body worn body
version new version worn version
items new items worn items
Other nouns: movie.

Both words in one sentence

  • Weird Currency Making new caps is a common practice, since old ones get worn out and even used for explosive devices, but having too many new ones enter the economy is bad for inflation.
  • Highly Conspicuous Uniform Similar to the new style of camouflage worn by the Marines, with a digital pattern of the standard fatigue design, the NWU is meant to evoke the style of tactical gear worn by other services.
  • Franchise / American Girls Collection When the historical line was revamped into BeForever, the characters all got new human-sized clothes "inspired by" their characters instead, which could be worn in modern everyday life.
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