Antonyms for new deal

Grammar : Noun

Definition of new deal

  • As in upheaval : noun major change
Example sentences :
  • He addressed the nation by radio and announced his plans for a New Deal.
  • Extract from : « United States Presidents' Inaugural Speeches » by Various
  • You say you are promised your share in the new deal, but it is not as big a slice as what you have now.
  • Extract from : « A Woman Intervenes » by Robert Barr
  • Pierre, pull a few more tricks like that and I'll call for a new deal.
  • Extract from : « Riders of the Silences » by John Frederick
  • If a new deal does not take place, the exposed card cannot be called.
  • Extract from : « The Laws of Euchre » by H. C. Leeds
  • And she knew it, now that it was too late, and there could not be a new deal.
  • Extract from : « IT and Other Stories » by Gouverneur Morris
  • Cleigh returned to his cards and shuffled them for a new deal.
  • Extract from : « The Pagan Madonna » by Harold MacGrath
  • New cards must be called for before the pack is cut for a new deal.
  • Extract from : « Auction of To-day » by Milton C. Work
  • I'm willing to let by-gones be by-gones and take a new deal.
  • Extract from : « In the Carquinez Woods » by Bret Harte
  • Even to the half of his kingdom he will give, to be "in" on the new deal.
  • Extract from : « The Battle with the Slum » by Jacob A. Riis.
  • In the Leopold day this was true but there is a new deal now.
  • Extract from : « An African Adventure » by Isaac F. Marcosson

Synonyms for new deal

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