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New World

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishNew WorldˌNew ˈWorld noun   the New WorldNew World adjective
Examples from the Corpus
New WorldOthers eventually, as in the case of Widgery, developed an affection and a distance from that seductive New World.Among birds, the New World jays show a wide range of societies.In all of the sixteenth century, only some 100,000 people left Seville for the New World.Since arriving in the New World, the good people of Lake Wobegon have been skeptical of progress.Pre-Columbian cultures in the New World did sophisticated operations, including skull surgery, with obsidian, he added.The New World belonged to the immigrants.The New World certainly agreed with her.
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