new one

new one

see under that's one on me.
See also: new, one
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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.
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 having entered on the path of definition, of which he was fond, Napoleon suddenly and unexpectedly gave a new one.
Marry him, ma'am, to the new one with the utmost speed and impetuosity which the law will permit.
By chance, however, the first boot which was procured for him was a new one and, therefore, useless for his purpose.
why didn't Sally get out de best tea-pot,--de little new one, Mas'r George got for Missis, Christmas?
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.
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.
With this sword only it is possible to kill the Serpent, because even if its blade breaks a new one will grow again for every head the monster has.
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.
Old friends cannot with impunity be sacrificed for new ones.
Now the queen lay awake all night, thinking of all the odd names that she had ever heard; and she sent messengers all over the land to find out new ones.
I kept Irving, and Goldsmith, and Cervantes on their old altars, but I added new ones, and these I translated from the contemporary: literary world quite as often as from the past.
He was continually watching and getting to know people of all sorts, and among them peasants, whom he regarded as good and interesting people, and he was continually observing new points in them, altering his former views of them and forming new ones.
But I felt the weight of twenty well-nigh hopeless years of thought and reading and observation; for the old difficulties remained and new ones had sprung up.
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