A novel idea or technique; expedient; trick: Hey, that little gismo is a new wrinkle (1899+)
A clever device or expedient, a novelty, as in The players added a new wrinkle to victory celebrations by tossing their shirts to the crowd after the game. In the form of simply a wrinkle, this expression dates from the mid-1700s, new being added two centuries later.
noun Something new; a novelty: You’ll like this one, it’s a newy and a goody (1940s+)
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noun 1. the year approaching or newly begun. 2. . 3. (initial capital letters) the first day or few days of a year in any of various calendars. noun 1. . 2. . noun 1. the first day or days of the year in various calendars, usually celebrated as a holiday
noun 1. Also called New York State. a state in the NE United States. 49,576 sq. mi. (128,400 sq. km). Capital: Albany. Abbreviation: NY (for use with zip code), N.Y. 2. Also called New York City. a seaport in SE New York at the mouth of the Hudson: comprising the boroughs of Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, […]