v. To create something previously uncreated; to reinterpret, revamp, revise, reword, rephrase, rethink, redevelop, revisit, or reinvent an existing concept or word by throwing it against the wall and seeing what sticks.
I knew I would have to new a new word to describe how I felt.
1. Having been new-ed.
2. Having been removed from context, spun around until dizzy, and then reinserted in the original place and wished the best of luck.
Tofurky is new.
See also: Newed.