noun, plural new·born, new·borns.
- newbery, john,
- newbolt, sir henry john,
- newby hall
Origin of newborn
Examples from the Web for newborn
Mary is rarely just Mary in this selection—she is almost always depicted with her newborn or dead son.
Creepy thing to wrap up in festive paper and a bow and give to a newborn baby, yeah?
Rick must shepherd his newborn daughter, Judith, through this world of peril.The Walking Dead’s Luke Skywalker: Rick Grimes Is the Perfect Modern-Day Mythical Hero|Regina Lizik|October 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Asked if he knew the names of the newborn quadruplets, Merritt recalled two: gi—a karate outfit—and po—a chamber pot.Well, La Ti Da: Stephin Merritt’s Winning Little Words of Scrabble|David Bukszpan|October 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Perhaps the problem is that we are conflating all of nursing with just the newborn stage.
The sight he met there did not tend to allay his newborn interest.Hand and Ring|Anna Katharine Green
In a minute or two the newborn pigling creeps close to its mother and sucks milk.The Outline of Science, Vol. 1 (of 4)|J. Arthur Thomson
The cruel razor had been at work, and his face was as smooth and beardless as the newborn babe.The Thistle and the Cedar of Lebanon|Habeeb Risk Allah
Once again my cheek Is hot with spirit and my heart beats swift With hope and newborn trust in those I love.Virginia, A Tragedy|Marion Forster Gilmore
The soul of a child went with him, leaving in its place the tender, newborn soul of a woman.Miss Mink's Soldier and Other Stories|Alice Hegan Rice
- recently or just born
- (as collective noun; preceded by the)the newborn