neophile

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neo- +‎ -phile

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neophile (plural neophiles)

  1. A lover of new or novel things.
    • 1995, Intermedia (volume 23, page 4)
      While mankind is generally ambivalent about a new technology until it directly affects pockets or perceptions, the pundits are out in force with this one, and already we are seeing tensions between neophiles and neophobes.

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