All Things New

dif·fi·cult

ˈdifəkəlt/
adjective
  1. needing much effort or skill to accomplish, deal with, or understand.
    “she had a difficult decision to make”
    synonyms: hardstrenuousarduouslaborioustoughonerousburdensomedemandingpunishinggruelingback-breakingexhausting, tiring, fatiguing, wearisomeMore

new

n(y)o͞o
adjective
adjective: new; comparative adjective: newer; superlative adjective: newest
  1. 1.
    not existing before; made, introduced, or discovered recently or now for the first time.
    “new crop varieties”
    synonyms: recently developed, up to date, latest, current, state-of-the-art, contemporaryadvancedrecentmodern, cutting-edge, leading-edgeMore

    • not previously used or owned.
      “a secondhand bus cost a fraction of a new one”
      synonyms: unusedbrand newpristinefresh, in mint condition

      “is your boat new?”
      antonyms: oldsecondhand
    • of recent origin or arrival.
      “a new baby”
    • (of food or drink) freshly or recently produced.
    • (of vegetables) dug or harvested early in the season.
      “new potatoes”
  2. 2.
    already existing but seen, experienced, or acquired recently or now for the first time.
    “her new bike”
    • unfamiliar or strange to (someone).
      “a way of living that was new to me”
    • (of a person) inexperienced at or unaccustomed to doing (something).
      “I’m quite new to gardening”
    • different from a recent previous one.
      “I have a new assistant”
      synonyms: differentanotheralternativeMore

      antonyms: present
    • in addition to another or others already existing.
      “recruiting new pilots overseas”
      synonyms: additionalextrasupplementaryfurtheranotherfresh

      “they had a new classroom built”
      antonyms: existing
    • (in place names) discovered or founded later than and named after.
      adjective: New
      “New York”
  3. 3.
    just beginning or beginning anew and regarded as better than what went before.
    “starting a new life”
    • (of a person) reinvigorated or restored.
      “a bottle of pills would make him a new man”
      synonyms: reinvigorated, restored, revived, improved, refreshed, regenerated, reborn

      “I came back a new woman”
    • superseding another or others of the same kind, and advanced in method or theory.
      “the new architecture”
    • reviving another or others of the same kind.
      “the New Bohemians”
adverb
adverb: new
  1. 1.
    newly; recently.
    “new-mown hay”