|By speaking of the new wine and new wineskins, Jesus was pointing to the newness of the divine life that he had come to give his people.
|And after a while, after the novelty has worn off and the newness stales, this once secret entity becomes common, and reluctantly accepted.
|As such, there is some level of novelty, newness and innovativeness involved in any start-up venture.
|The furniture was late colonial style, red cherry that was still shining in its newness.
|Some onshore wind power is now price-competitive with fossil fuels, though investors still worry about the newness of the technology.
|When I first strike a pose, the newness of it is very vivid in my mind and body, and it is clear, definite, and well-defined.