Definition of new-broken in US English:

new-broken

adjective

  • Newly broken; especially (of ground) that has been newly broken up. Also with up.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Barnabe Googe (1540–1594), poet and translator. From new + broken.

Pronunciation

new-broken

/ˌnjuːˈbrəʊk(ə)n/