Today’s word sounds very attractive right? What could it mean? Before we tell you the meaning, let’s go back into history.
Newfangled is actually a pretty old word. It dates all the way back to the 15th century, and likely developed from a combination of the Middle English newe, meaning new, and the Old English fangol, from a verb meaning “to take.
Now can you guess what it means?
Newfangled means attracted to novelty or the newest style or kind of a thing. Don’t make a mistake of writing new fangled. It is Newfangled.
Here are a few synonyms of this word; Ultra modern, new, contemporary, fashionable.
Look at this word in a few examples and be sure to form your own sentences
My grandson owns all of the latest newfangled electronics.
I don’t understand the newfangled speech used by teenagers