Definition of New Age in English:

New Age

Syllabification: New Age

noun

  • A broad movement characterized by alternative approaches to traditional Western culture, with an interest in spirituality, mysticism, holism, and environmentalism: [as modifier]: the New Age movement
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    • Some people equate the concept of holistic health with the New Age movement.
    • In many ways the New Age movement is the first successful manifestation of a holistic and multi-faceted approach to life.
    • Historically, there were several 19th Century antecedents of the New Age movement.

Derivatives

New Ager

noun
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  • Though the signs are not described as letters of the runic alphabet, some New Agers have interpreted this passage as evidence both of the existence of runes in the first century and their use in divination.
  • It is a review of New Spirituality, Self, and Belonging: How New Agers and Neo-Pagans Talk about Themselves by Jon P. Bloch.
  • What's the difference between a Pagan and a New Ager?

New Agey

adjective
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  • But last year, some began wearing a New Agey neck charm purported to enhance performance under stress.
  • The New Agey part, which I have been identified with, is just one little part of what I do.
  • I dare say that hocus-pocus New Agey material has always been around but has only in recent years migrated from radio to the internet.

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