newly

[ noo-lee, nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF newly

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NEWLY

Newly facing the evil of the world, she was a rampant reformer at once.

When game is used for soup, it must be newly killed, and quite fresh.

That I forgave you when my injuries were fresh, and when my bosom was newly wrung.

His address to the newly married couple was awaited with curiosity.

The newly arrived joined us heartily in our work two days after.

The schooner was as newly painted and trig as if fresh from the ways.

I am but newly risen from a sick-bed, from which I never hoped to rise again.

Near him lay four huge potatoes, newly broiled in their skins.

The man got up suddenly, tossing his newly made cigarette into the grate.

From the empty field arose an odour like that of a newly mown meadow.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English niwlice "lately, recently;" see new + -ly (2). Cf. German neulich, Danish nylig, Swedish nyligen.

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