anew[ uh-noo, uh-nyoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF anew
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANEW
He was resolved to be all condescension, if anew you had not provoked him.
They will find the courage to clear the land of the flotsam and cultivate it anew.
He thanked him, and said he would not anew expose himself to the danger of sinning.
Sir Oliver remonstrated with him and in such terms as to put heart into him anew.
Even as she looked she heard her father command the man to lay on anew.
To the glory of man we will stanchion, and raise and roof it anew.
They swore all anew; and he only shook his Head, and beheld them with Scorn.
The rites are bloody, the altar has ever anew to be made to shine with the blood of victims.
Two brothers of Phares, Mansoor and Galeb, came to converse with him anew.
Now the old delightful fascination for it thrilled her anew.