new-fangled

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disapproval If someone describes a new idea or a new piece of equipment as new-fangled, they mean that it is too complicated or is unnecessary. Mr Goss does not believe in any of this `new-fangled nonsense' about lean meat. a newfangled tax structure
Modern; recently invented: alternative spelling of newfangled
newfangled
Contemptibly modern, unfamiliar, or different (used disparagingly or humorously)

newfangled electronic gadgets that cost a lot and do little.

newfangled
{a} newly formed, novel, affected
new fangled
An object, device, any product of mankind, which is deemed futuristic, unnecessary, and occasionally gay. Something is often called new fangled by a cranky old man who is spiteful of this new and awesome technology. Types of art can be considered new fangled as well, particularly music commonly created by young people
newfangled
of a new (often outrageous) kind or fashion
newfangled
recently designed or produced - usually used to show disapproval or distrust (newfangle (14-16 centuries), from new + fangen )
newfangled
Disposed to change; inclined to novelties; given to new theories or fashions
newfangled
{s} new; tending toward innovation; modern; unnecessary
newfangled
Newmade; formed with the affectation of novelty
new-fangled