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newfound

[ noo-found, nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF newfound

Synonyms for newfound

  • new
  • afresh
  • newfangled
  • novel
  • dewy
  • latest
  • modern
  • recent
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Antonyms for newfound

  • continuing
  • old
  • old-fashioned
  • traditional
  • antique
  • archaic
  • familiar
  • obsolete
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NEWFOUND

When the newfound Italian flag is unfurled, we see Italy restored.

Was this stripling of newfound liberty to possess the very earth?

He realised that in his newfound desire to make her happy, he was sincere.

He had been interested in all this newfound friend had told him.

The hours were all too long until I claimed my newfound privilege.

Then they took leave of their newfound friends, boarded the train for Texas, and were soon whirling westward.

Penrod maintained his composure and repeated the newfound expression that had sounded well to him a moment before.

Newfound Lake in Hebron, only eight miles distant, you can't see; it lies too deep among the hills.

There were people glad to be home and people sad to be parting from newfound friends.

Then he rode away, and as we talked it over we saw no way but to follow the directions of our newfound friend.

WORD ORIGIN

also new-found, late 15c., from new + found (adj.) "discovered."