Neophilia


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22 Sep

Neophilia


[nee-ə-FIL-ee-ə]

Part of speech: noun

Origin: American English, late 19th century

1.

Love of, preference for, or great interest in what is new.

2.

A love of novelty.

Examples of Neophilia in a sentence

"My neophilia means I always buy the new generation of iPhone as soon as it's released."

"I accused my father of neophilia when he brought home yet another smart gadget."