- newly found or discovered: newfound friends.
Origin of newfound
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Examples from the Web for newfound
So how else might Republicans use their newfound majority to advance their seemingly endless “War on Women”?GOP Senate Can't Resist a ‘War on Women’
November 11, 2014
These days, Omran is putting all his newfound energy to good use, studying English so he can apply to college abroad.Beating Cancer & Dodging Israel's Bombs
September 1, 2014
But again there was no mention of a newfound political career.From Ferguson Cop Embroiled in a Brutality Suit to City Councilwoman
August 20, 2014
When her wounds have healed, perhaps Mack can use her newfound celebrity to help others in danger.Christy Mack: The Porn World Unites Over A Fallen Comrade
August 16, 2014
For all his newfound comfort with uncertainty, Schaeffer has yet to embrace the equally great virtue of solidarity.Frank Schaeffer, the Atheist Who Believes in God
August 3, 2014
When the newfound Italian flag is unfurled, we see Italy restored.
Was this stripling of newfound liberty to possess the very earth?A Little Girl in Old Detroit
Amanda Minnie Douglas
He realised that in his newfound desire to make her happy, he was sincere.The Octopus
He had been interested in all this newfound friend had told him.The Arrow of Fire
Roy J. Snell
The hours were all too long until I claimed my newfound privilege.
Word Origin and History for newfound
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper