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Things anew often describes (“anew ________”)
approach, edition, method, questions, perspective, light, look, technique, period, model, tool, bent, set, era, system, spread, theory, paradigm, type, dimension, spirit, commandment, view, syndrome, concept, class, session, form, charter, trial, frontier, instrument, put, interpretation, ceremony, strategy, line, generation, forms, lease, impulse, king, face, governor, babbara, synthesis, the, member, hoard, wounds, collection, overrun, kind, process, measure, source, fusion, hypothesis, commission, experience, ministries, studies

Descriptive words:
other, same, whole, french, open, own, self, green, old, proclaimed, political, quarantine, handsome, created, moral, bare, familiar, net, polished, jubilant, prime, inexperienced, dead, everyday, randomized, spanish, entire, individual, earnest, better, repulsive, established, relevant, knout, compast, pulpit, multiplicity, fresh, unified, deliberate, sick, proper, ancient, scaffold, angry, flat, celebrated, bacterial, earthy, advanced, welcome, disposable, criminal, effective, guilty, youthful


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See anew used in context: 100+ rhymes, 10 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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