Definition of newish in English:

newish

adjective

  • See new

    • ‘They did two new songs (well, newish as they've done them before on a Radio Scotland session) and they're excellent - I recommend the unbelievably good What Women Do To Men.’
    • ‘Since last year, though, lovers of Texas-style cookery, that very different smoked meat, can find a culinary haven in Mesquite, a newish restaurant on Décarie.’
    • ‘Enter the newish euphemism for activist art, ‘tactical media.’’
    • ‘It was the second big audience of the week for a newish (third series) program after the $1.92 million pulled on Tuesday night with Dancing with the Stars.’
    • ‘While they may seem like newish arrivals, they are now in their 40s and began working together in 1986 after studying at the Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam.’

Pronunciation

newish

/ˈnjuːɪʃ/