New Man :
Nerves of Steel :
If someone has nerves of steel, they do not get frightened when other people do.
Nervous Nellie :
Someone excessively worried or apprehensive is a nervous Nellie.
Nest Egg :
If you have some money saved for the future, it is a nest egg.
Never A Rose without The Prick :
This means that good things always have something bad as well; like the thorns on the stem of a rose.
Never Darken My Door Again :
This is a way of telling someone never to visit you again.
New Blood :
If something needs new blood, it has become stale and needs new ideas or people to invigorate it.
New Brush Sweeps Clean :
A new brush sweeps clean means that someone with a new perspective can make great changes. However, the full version is ‘a new brush sweeps clean. But an old brush knows the corners’, which warns that experience is also a valuable thing sometimes broom is used instead of brush.
New Kid on The Block :
A new kid on the block is a person who has recently joined a company, organization or team and does not know how things work yet.
New Lease of Life :
If someone finds new enthusiasm and energy for something, they have a new lease of life.
New Man :
A new man is a man who believes in complete equality of the sexes and shares domestic work equally.
New Sheriff in Town :
This is used when a new authority figure takes charge.
New York Minute :
If something happens in a New York minute, it happens very fast.
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