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Starting again from the beginning; anew.
- ‘They blew in the new year in such a sonorous manner that one would have thought Coins' bag was de nouveau rent asunder.’
- ‘The de nouveau construction of Turkey was to proceed on exclusively secular lines down to minutiae like banning the wearing of headscarves in state buildings, schools and universities.’
French, literally from new.
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