new one

new one

see under that's one on me.
See also: new, one
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Once she was a new one, because the old one had let go, and David was very sorry for the old one, but as she did let go, he wished he had been there to see.
At last he drove me quite without a check-rein, and then sold me as a perfectly quiet horse to a gentleman in the country; he was a good master, and I was getting on very well, but his old groom left him and a new one came.
A rhythm was soon lost, and pandemonium reigned until we could find the rhythm again or start a new one.
At the end of ten seconds each man had struck twelve or fifteen blows, and warded off twelve or fifteen, and no harm done; then a sword became disabled, and a short rest followed whilst a new one was brought.
It is a kind of assemblage of societies that constitute a new one, capable of increasing, by means of new associations, till they arrive to such a degree of power as to be able to provide for the security of the united body.
They all shuddered at the threat, for here they had a good home, and a new one was likely to be a change for the worse.
We passed through the Sea of Marmora and the Dardanelles, and steered for a new land--a new one to us, at least--Asia.
I take my time with them, looking for a new one while I am working on the old.
By chance, however, the first boot which was procured for him was a new one and, therefore, useless for his purpose.
When a new one comes he is done for in a week," said the doctor with evident satisfaction.
It is quite a new one, which I have never seen him use before.
My four Sons and two orphan Grandchildren had retired to their several apartments; and my wife alone remained with me to see the old Millennium out and the new one in.
And often they got so interested listening, that when he had finished they found their fire had gone right out; and they had to scurry round to get more sticks and build a new one.
He put on his tail-coat and the tall hat which he had worn at school; but it was very shabby, and he made up his mind to stop at the Stores on his way to the office and buy a new one.
But Joe was holding on for life, resisting the other's every effort, as fast as one hold or grip was torn loose finding a new one by which to cling.
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