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adverb as in new

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adverb as in newly

adverb as in recently

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The Affordable Care Act is safely embedded, with repeal unlikely even with a freshly minted Republican Senate.

But the illusions of peace and tranquility soon crumble around them like a patch of freshly laid snow.

Now Nick Jonas, freshly 22 years old and leaving his days as a mommy-approved Jonas Brothers crooner behind, is following suit.

After meeting Obama, Baugh returned to his freshly washed and waxed truck.

Playwright Terence McNally updated his 1982 play with freshly satiric references.

Children freshly befurbelowed, were gathering for their games under the oaks.

The baby's white robe, finely wrought in open-work, was also done, and freshly washed and ironed.

The old servant now and again crept in on soundless feet to replace with a freshly heated bottle of sak the one grown cold.

The dew-gems lay freshly upon the grass;—for her the dewiness of life was gone;—earth was one vast sepulchre.

He was quicker than I, and his freshly oiled body made him hard to hold; but I was far the stronger.


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On this page you'll find 74 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to freshly, such as: anew, over, repeatedly, afresh, anon, and bis.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.